Thrice pleased guests is a good indicator that consistency and quality are important to the owner.
Sure, the dining room is a bit delapidated and dusty.
Sure, the staff are a little inexperienced with wine knowledge and full wine service.
The faults contribute to the charm. It's a little quirky. It's welcoming. It's comfortable.
The menu is scattered with mostly traditional French dishes. Nothing too fancy. The presentation is definitely not fancy. A little tacky to be honest. Although a night here can remind one of 1983, it's not a negative. It's a novelty.
The steak is always perfect. The sauces are too. Entree choices are prawn heavy but you can also find snails. The wine list is confident.
There's much to enjoy and the service is unobtrusive.
A lovely place for a romantic dinner with your honey (maybe not a first date) or an intimate evening with a small group of friends.
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