Friendly place, no outdoor seating, quite a few vegetarian options. The menu is a bit complicated because the tapas choices are on a blackboard to the left of the bar, the wine list is on another blackboard behind the bar, and the rest are on laminated sheets on the tables, so we found ourselves running around quite a bit to try to figure out what we wanted. We chose six tapas and a bottle of (excellent) Rioja. A basket of bread was provided (which looked good but I'm gluten-free so can't say for sure, but my companion seemed happy with it). The tapas were interestingly French-style, e.g. 'papas bravas' - nicely sauteed potatoes with spicy mayo on the side. The soft-boiled egg was served cold, on a bed of chilled chopped tomato and onion, which was a bit weird. The tomato and mozzarella salad, and the vegetable beignets (fritters), were excellent; we went back for seconds of those (and I had some Provencal anchovies with them, which I very much enjoyed). The pan con queso (I think it was called) turned out to be cheese on toast, which I couldn't eat; my partner said it was OK though a bit boring. I can't remember what the sixth one was. Six tapas might be enough for two if both people can eat bread; nine was definitely enough for us, even with only one of us able to eat the bread. We didn't have room for dessert. The staff were very friendly, the vibe was pleasant, and the prices reasonable. This place is open till midnight and you can go in just for a drink, or drink and snack, if you want. I'd happily eat here again if I visit Amiens again in the future.
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