SquareMeal Review of
‘Perfectly executed French food at incredible prices’ is the satisfied report from one of many customers who have frequented this unpretentious bistro since 1985. Though a little worn around the
edges, the ground floor dining room with its terracotta flooring and intimate tables for two retains a faded romance, and is the top pick of rooms on three ascending levels. Those unbelievably
low prices are £4.45 for starters, £9.95 for mains and £3.45 for desserts. You don’t have to eat like a peasant either; dine in royal style on crayfish and lobster ravioli with spinach and
shellfish sauce, followed by roast saddle of lamb with grilled courgettes and rosemary jus, then crème brûlée or ripe French cheeses. Les vins blancs et rouges are an international affair, and
to finish there’s a generous selection of liqueur coffees.