The restaurant looks divine, the perfect bistro, and a really charming hostess in a gorgeous black and white checked suit greeted us ever so warmly and seated us.
Then an equally charming and professional Walter who spoke very good English took our orders and served us two very tasty courses.
And then we sat. And sat. And sat.
Although there were only a few diners - this was a quiet Tuesday lunchtime - we appeared to be the forgotten men.
Miffed at this turn of events we decided against dessert, even though I'm sure it would have been delicious.
But apart from this rather unhappy experience, I would go back again as the food and the ambience were very good.