An easy to like delicatessen-cum-bistro that’s an infinitely more affordable way to grab a taste of the south-west of France than the nearby Club Gascon. It’s a dark and meaty destination – and, yes, that’s meant as a compliment – where exposed brickwork meets dark wooden floors and the main decoration is the artisan produce on display. Originally more of a deli and less of a bistro, the food and wine sales now serve as an added extra to the laid back dining. Pork-lovers will be in their element, as there are bits of pig everywhere on the menu, including the perennially popular starter ‘Piggy Treats’ – ham, fat, ear and two types of sausage. The take-away deli sells everything from freshly baked bread and patisserie to foie gras and wine.