We booked La Petite Adresse after I read excellent reviews about this restaurant, as well as walking past it to see if it was as cute as it looked in photos. It is as cute; it's small and full of rustic charm, and mainly frequented by locals - always a good sign.
The menu is limited, but this made it easier for us, as the entree is salad and the best country style no frills Foie Gras, plus a crunchy baguette served on a timber 'stool' - we loved this course. The mains we chose were delicious, but for me, too rich - I would not choose such a creamy dish next time, but this is just me. The owner presented us with the absolute best tasting, small (thank goodness as we were both quite full!) Creme Brulees - on the house. We have never tasted such delicious Creme Brulee before.
This is a restaurant that you need to get to by 7.30pm preferably or book ahead as we did, as the tables filled fast, even on a Tuesday night.
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