Great tapas choice and wine choice. Funky, young clientele and friendly service. Off beaten track and quiet. Recommended!
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I had the chance to have a lunch in this cosy bistrot. Traditional good meat. Good service. Good ingredients. Wine bar as well. And affordable prices.
I had come to the wine bar part of Le Pas Sage before but never the main restaurant for dinner. My girlfriend and I wanted to try numerous small plates, and our waitress helped recommend several complementary dishes. She also suggested a wine that would...More
Stopped in for an easy lunch and both had the plat de jour which was a delicious whiting in a leek and white wine sauce. A glass of wine each and still less than €40
Overall the place is rubbish. Awful service with premier league arrogance, overpriced tasteless tiny tapas. Go to a basic local bistro in the area; you'll be much better off.
Fantastic find just off the main track. First night we went because it was convenient after that we became regulars. Lots of daily specials to keep you interested. 100% recommendation