It’s brand new and old at the same time. The outside is shiny like a place just redone and the inside looks as if time had stopped. And it’s really nice, with the wood and the old poster.
The place offers French cuisine, but not too traditional, with mozzarella di bufala or mackerel for starters and duck with mash parsnip or scallop with risotto in cuttlefish ink for mains. For dessert I went for the chocolate tart and it was of course fabulous.
The staff is very nice and ready to help you with any question you may have, like what “Pluma Iberian” is (for your information it’s the back of Iberian pork, and it’s really good) or when you are hungry for dessert and the kitchen staff just left (tips: they do serve you this awesome chocolate tart with caramel).
You can also have different wines to go with your meal, available by glass, half a bottle or whole bottle – all good options, depending of the number of people.
They have a bunch of tables outside, good spot to eat or just have a coffee under the sun, even if the road is close by.