We selected Bistro Chez Nous as a geographical half way point to meet up with friends - and on the advice of fellow Tripadvisor reviewers.
It is a small - and at times, very noisy - venue; a former corner shop beside the train line.
At $50 per head for food only - plus $4 corkage pp to BYO wine - this seems like good value when you factor in the canapés on arrival, a choice of entree, main and a selection of petit fours/dessert samplers.
But the overall menu selection is very limited and for some reason mushroom soup replaced the French onion soup as soup d'jour. Although two of us snapped up the last two bowls of French onion soup, and very pleased we did as they were delicious! And isn't the ubiquitous pork belly phase overdone now? Can we please move on!
The service is impressive however and maitre'd, Ben, is a very warm, gregarious host.
Be warned that the tables are very close together and there's every chance your conversation will be overheard - or drowned out!
The one toilet for this restaurant is located outside the premises and dubbed 'Waterloo'! Not an ideal situation, but assume there was no other option under local planning laws.
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