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Bloody French: It's now bloody shut

My wife and I were out shopping Saturday and took refuge from the cold in Bloody French. It was very quiet when we first got there but it soon filled up with a largely French clientele which was encouraging. We weren't massivley hungry but we thought Moules and Frites and a couple of glasses of wine would warm us up. The food was very nice, the moules cooked in a simple white wine stock but with adition of a bay leaf which gave the dish a really fresh taste. Our wine was very quafable and we were impressed to see you could BYO. A small complaint was the lack of mayonaise for our chips but that apart we were very pleased. Some of the other dishes coming out of the kitchen looked really good. Will definetly pop back again.

Monday, December 01, 2008
Overall rating 8 stars
Food 8 | Service 8 | Atmosphere 8 | Value for money 8

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