Dappled sunlight on the stripped wood floor, small tables covered with white linens, and Provençal antiques and bottles of pastis make this place seem like a chic corner of France. Chef Laurent Couvreur puts his stamp on the beautifully presented and amiably served classic dishes, including goat cheese with pickled mushrooms and sweet wine dressing, quail with creamed Savoy cabbage, and an apple or chocolate coffee cake. Round off your meal with a selection of tasty cheeses. The £17.50 two-course lunch menu is a steal.
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