This restaurant serves simple, tasty, very imaginative little dishes. A good example is their deboned pigs’ trotters, which are breaded and cooked just right.
Martin Parodi, with a long background cooking in France, delights his fans with a set lunch menu that offers surprising value for the exceptional quality of the options. The regular menu isn't expensive either, and the offerings justify a visit. All of the cuts of beef Martin cooks are outstanding in quality and flavour, and are cooked to perfection.
The menu doesn't lack for curiosities either, such as tongue accompanied by an orangechutney – quite the find – or afoie gras with candied yams and mashed potatoes. The dishes do, however, deserve a better wine list. Don't stop by on your lunch hour if you're in a hurry to get back, but definitely enjoy a leisurely dinner with friends who are up for trying some real delicacies.