The menu doesn’t really evoke a bistro to me, but the food is pretty good. The meat and cheese platter was nice, and the pork belly was excellent. The mains had a few problems: the wild boar chop was a bit dry and the scallops tasted slightly funny. The kitchen was rather slow. I’d give the place 3.5 stars if I could.
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