Diane had been here before, we visited one cool January lunchtime. A small, most restaurant, with good food. Busy, so one needs to arrive early, ; they were sold out of the lovely sounding chicken dish, so we had Toulouse sausage instead, a small but tasty salad, and a good chocolate dessert. The setting, the staff, the music, all totally charming. Locals seem to flock here. Good food, but not stunning. Very good value.
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