With its sunny yellow interior full of rough wooden tables & stools, Chez Lindsay looks like a throwback to the 1970s. The menu – with its Breton-based cooking heavily featuring seafood, cream & galettes – does nothing to dispel the impression. Modern & innovative it may not be, but when it comes to the likes of feuilleté de St Jacques & supreme de volaille à la Normande, or boudin noir, Lindsay Wotton & the team do a fine job. The Loire-based wine list is an oenophile’s delight, but many find it more fun to stick to the thick mugs of Breton cider. Service is distinctly French & gives as good as it gets: be nice to the staff & they’ll return the favour.
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