This old-fashioned 19th century bistro is called the Grizzli cafe because decades ago it used to have dance performances by bears. The owner gets his ... More
This old-fashioned 19th century bistro is called the Grizzli cafe because decades ago it used to have dance performances by bears. The owner gets his ingredients all the way from Pyrenees. You can also choose from an interesting selection of wines from Southern France. Dishes like the Salmon and the lamb are cooked on a hot plate. There is no lunch served on Mondays and Saturdays. This place is closed on Sundays.
Findi, with its ambience and traditional Italian cuisine, gives a feeling of being in Italy. Claudio Puglia, the head chef,
has recently made many changes in the menu, which add to the restaurant's popularity. Mozzarella de Bufala, Pappardelli and ...
This brasserie is listed as an historic monument the reason being, the beautiful Art Nouveau decor that takes you a
step back in time. Not only is the setting marvellous, but the menu is also appetising. Try the Sole ...
Spicy is a testament to a great family dining experience. A non smoking area, entertainment for children, a terrace, and
private car park are some of the services offered. Animals are also allowed. The varied menu will keep everybody ...
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