Review: Funky, cool decor and good lighting were the first good sign. The waiter tried hard to communicate with us in pigeon English and us with him in pigeon French. We had a messed entree- 3 interesting dips and a few Mediterranean veggies with a seedy bread. Lovely. Husband ordered plat du jour- that day (monday) risotto with citrus. He said it was neither good nor bad, just meh. I had the tarte du jour- carrot, courgette and feta, with cheese and a tom sauce. Carrot may not sound like a good filling but this was amazing and the base remained crispy and full of flavour. It came with 2 salads- green and slaw-styled, both good. We shared the cheap house white which went well. It wasn't cheap, but mains were around 15ish euros. I really liked it, my husband so-so, I'd def give it a go and make a booking on weekends.