Six of us enjoyed an excellent meal here last night, and had to arrive at 6 as fully booked later on. So already a popular place on a Newcastle Thursday evening! We shared a large mixed 'Planche', a wooden board with cold meats and cheeses from different parts of France, helpfully identified by one of the French waitresses (an authentic touch!). We became a little confused about what to order, and what had arrived with the Planche, but everything that arrived was very tasty and we found that one shared hot dish each was sufficient for us all, especially after the desserts of either Creme Brulee or Tarte Tatin. With a bottle of house red, and three pints of the cloudy, and deliciously fruity, Hickey the Rake Pale Ale, from excellent Wylam brewery, the bill came to £25 each, including the service charge.
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