This is only open during the early afternoon and is the perfect venue for lingering in sophisticated French aplomb. The menu is accomplished and ... More
Cuisine d'Odile (La)
This is only open during the early afternoon and is the perfect venue for lingering in sophisticated French aplomb. The menu is accomplished and changes daily - starters typically consist of a light pate` or home-made soup, the main course being fish or meat served with salad, and desserts can be French cheese or a much revered home-made pastry. The set-lunch will only cost you GBP6.65, although dishes can be bought separately - the minimum spend is GBP5. It is unlicensed, corkage fee is GBP1. The food is laced with an unpretentious, home-made touch and the location is satisfyingly appropriate; the restaurant lies downstairs from the Institut Francais D'Ecosse. This is altogether a splendid way to while away the day.
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