Lovely Le Marche
Tarts, tarts, tarts.
This is the choice you will face at Le Marche, and that’s without the menu options of croques, baguettes, etc.
I’d come back for the pastry on the leek and roqueforte tart alone (flaky and tender), and thats before I got to the excellent balance of leek and roqueforte loosely bound by egg. Absolutely no small windowless buildings here.
The tomatoes on the side salad require comment too – highly flavourful and ‘real’. I can only imagine how the tomato tart would have tasted (next time!).
I really enjoy the atmosphere and authenticity of Le Marche and its staff each time I visit, being in the funky and creative-feeling Woolstore design centre, and having the opportunity to browse in the Le March deli before leaving (keep an eye on their facebook page for current cheese specials).
If you can fit dessert after your delish tart, there’s creme brulee or hand-made macarons.
Monday to Friday 7.45am – 4pm (note coffees finish at 3pm), Saturdays 8.45am – 3pm, and Friday evenings by reservation.