Apparently it is quite regular for these Parisian restaurants to be very small (Frenchie seemed to have around 25 seats), and are immensely popular hence making reservations a lesson in perseverance. As an acknowledgement of their popularity, the chefs also open a more approachable wine bar/ cafe that can turn tables a little faster and allow more diners to experience their food.
It is with these intentions that we lined up outside Frenchie Bar & Wine at around 645 awaiting their open at 7pm. We were seated amongst the first wave of diners and enjoyed three dishes of the bar menu, including a dish I would include in my top 3 since I began enjoying dining out! yep, read on to check out mind blowing simplicity.