Because despite making a booking and finding the shop lighted at a comfortable 730pm on Thursday night 3rd July 2014, it was closed! The lady inside pretended her keys did not work leaving me stick outside futilely calling for someone who might help.
Least I've spent for a family dinner ever.
I wouldn't say the place nor it's dishes are spectacular but it's nice enough to warrant a second visit. I had cod fish on puréed sweet potato though not with the unique 'sabayon' sauce as it was not ready. Maybe the sauce would have livened up the dish though this was not the chefs fault at all as I insisted on having the fish. My mom quite enjoyed her foie gras but we both agreed the creme brûlée was not silly enough and could use improvement. The coffees did pique my interest though!
Service was a bit slow but the waiter ran a one man show and remained friendly and cheerful. Also the place is quite small so I can't imagine how peak hour must be
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