is named after the popular type of wine the French like to enjoy over a lazy Sunday lunch with family and friends. The owners provide a selection of wines from the Cote d’Azur that complement the meal, in a laid back, family-friendly atmosphere. On the menu you’ll find French classics such as moules et frites
, dauphines de bandandes
and truite amandine
. Inside, the decor is inspired by French country houses, with wooden furniture and dressers filled with handmade crockery. Try the millefeuilles d’aubergine
, a novel, savory take on the classic dessert which involves layering breaded aubergine with chicken and parmesan.