We went as a group of 4 adults on a Sunday evening and were just looking for somewhere to eat - nowhere special as we knew a lot of [places would be closed. They were very busy and only had one person serving front of house so service was slow. However the food made up for this and was well worth the wait. The gazpacho was home made - or at least tasted as if it was. The menu dishes were typical French cuisine prepared using fresh ingredients. Including a demi pichet, 3 cokes and a couple of coffees the bill was only Euros 83 so really there was nothing to complain about. Enjoyed the ambiance and overall experience and would reccommend to others.
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