Touquet’s position did make me think that I could have been down a lane in France with little tables out on the cobbles. Once inside you’re in a warm, well-organised space with the owner/Chef to greet us. My group sat at the rare at a high table on stools.
The list is short and seductive, with four courses offered on the night we visited: hors d’oeuvres, entrees, main courses and desserts.
The venison terrine was nice and chunky, well seasoned and served with plenty of bread.
I had the snapper with green veges and dashi white broth for my main and it was divine. I loved how the little courgettes were cut into buttons.
The sticky dark chocolate tart was a little boring and the caramel overcooked to the point of almost being toffee. But that was the only negative for the evening.
I would go back and the service was tentative and friendly.