Finally made it for lunch and ordered the boudin noir burger on top.
For lunch, the choice was pretty good with a choice of escargots as a starter.
The decor was lovely, it felt like being in a countryside barn.
There was tea included and it was IMPRESSIVE! They actually use tea leaves in a strainer and not teabags, hence the tea had a lovely leafy taste.
Quiche with broccoli, brie and walnuts:
I loved the quiche because there was a good generous balance of broccoli florets.
These were a bit salty but the appearance reminded me of fried Haggis balls.
boudin noir burger:
This was French black pudding which is meatier with some fat bits.
It was a bit like pulled meat in cooked blood sauce with a fragrant metallic taste.
La Cabane Wine Bistro (Central)
62 Hollywood Road