From the cut-out of the Eiffel Tower to French words painted on the walls and other touches, the décor aims to make you think you are in a little French café or bistro. The café is spread across three floors – the first being cosy and quiet, and the rooftop offering the perfect setting to enjoy a balmy evening. The soups (try the Cold Cucumber or the Zuppadi Pomodoro) and salads (like the Spicy crispy chicken salad and Honey Dijon salad) are good, and from the mains, the house special of twice marinated beef steak in red wine sauce and the Bistro Oui chicken steak are both really good choices. The Wine Battered Prawn with Garlic Mayo and the Bacon Wrap Shrimp with Lemon Garlic Sauce are some of the popular and delicious seafood options. Pizzas, pasta, burgers, and sandwiches are also on the menu. The pizza selection is quite interesting and different, with choices like Artichoke and Pepperoni, French Pizza with a fried egg and boiled egg, White Pizza which features garlic, tomato and olive oil topping, and Seafood Pizza. Both the Pork burger and Juicy Lucy beef burger have fans. The three layered Hot Chocolate will warm you up on a cool night. They also have a number of other beverage options. Coffee concoctions include Irish coffee and Espresso, as well as mocktails like the Lychee twist, Orange blossom, and Spicy guava, alongside granitas and milkshakes. Wine cocktails made from red, white, sparkling or a mix of red and white are available. Options include Sangria, Mojito, and Spritzers. The wine list is quite decent, with domestic wines (Krsma, Sula, Fratelli) available by the glass and the bottle, and the imported/international wines on offer by bottle only. At the price point, this is an excellent place to enjoy some fancy food with wine, in a simple setting.