Popped in here for lunch and had a lovely time. They don't take reservations, it's small, pretty busy and you might have to share a table with strangers, wait or come back another time. If you can deal with that then it's a really nice place to stuff yourself with cheese and wine. I've had raclette all over the place, both in restaurants and homes. This was the full on home style, grill on the table style. I only mention this because some restaurants do it differently and if you've not experienced both you might get a shock.
My other half wanted to order some soup to start but the waitress advised against it and was quite right! The raclette, meats, salad and potatoes was a massive amount of food. Absolutely lovely, always a fun meal and great staff.
The breakfasts, soups and crepes all looked good as well.
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