We have just returned from a lovely meal here. The starters were delicious- particularly the 'greedy jar' which was like a prawn cocktail. The service was very quick and friendly. A lovely atmosphere. We hope to return again.
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Garçon refused to speak English even though I persevered with French. My steak was over cooked and the foir gras was disgusting. Apart from that the soup was good. Did not like attitude. Had to ask for water four times. This arrived after one hour....More
Visited here on Our tour in Calais, wow you were blown away with how rich the decor was, food was delightful and staff were very courteous, friendly and took time to get to know there guests, menu was varied and drinks list was very good,...More
We ate there about 10 years ago and came upon it again by chance. We were not disappointed. The food is typically French brasserie style and good value. The service was pleasant and efficient. We would return.
We went for 19euros menu which was excellent value. Good portion sizes and lovely fresh cod for main. Service was not good though. Our wine was forgotten and there was a long wait. It's fine if you have plenty of time and want to pace...More
We've not been to the restaurant for a couple of years, it was just as we remembered it absolutey excellent, the food is amazing so flavoursome and the steaks cooked perfectly, we had the €19.80 menu a huge amount of food (couldn't eat it all)...More
We ordered the crispy langoustine and Pate de Foie Gras for Starters, the Pate was fine, but the cripsy langoustine was two pieces of langoustine and some grated carrot encased in filo pastry which had been fried, except it had probably been reheated more than...More
The 12 euro lunch was actually quite a treat! Appetiser was a verrine of crab mayonnaise, and a nice white fish rillette, with slices of very fresh soft bread. I chose (from 3 items) the cod loin with ratatouille, a lovely piece of perfectly cooked...More