Visited Bistro Gourmand for the first time and had a great meal there with friends. Very good food in a simple surrounding, sitting outside in a lovely small courtyard off what is a pedestrianised street in the evening.
The menu is straightforward and uncomplicated but with some very good food. We both had Méli-Mélo Tomatoes (multi-coloured tomatoes with a local cow's cheese not dissimilar to Mozzarella) and then Grilled Lotte with baby vegetables and a Coeur de Côte de Veau with Girolles. All of these were excellent, freshly prepared and well served. Washed down with some good Red Cote de Rhone and Roanaise Rose. Others had what looked like (and was reported to be) an excellent Burger de Charolais - simple but very good. Nice range of deserts as well including my favourite, La Faisselle de Vache à la crème.... Yum!
Good value, too; 3 courses for E29 and altogether with 3 bottles of wine coming to Euro200 for five people.
Top tip - make sure you book. They seem to serve on one sitting per table all evening and so many were being turned away even though tables appeared to be free.
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