We came across this delightful bistro by accident at lunch time.
The venue looked inviting once you entered the building; smart interior with vaulted brick ceiling and a welcoming hello from the waitress. We were lucky to get in as it was busy. Calls were being received on a regular basis for more bookings.
Staff were engaged, friendly and efficient.
A more formal room to eat was downstairs.
For a set 31 Zlt each we had 2 course and a glass of house wine. (£7.50 per head)
Starters of French onion soup with toasted cheese and pate were well presented and delicious. Homemade quiche and salad, and mussels followed.
The food, service, value and length of wait was spot on.
It is definitely worth a visit and probably worth reserving a table.
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