A WHITE picket fence and a blossoming tree that lights up at night set the mood at Le Petit Bistro – Nueva Andalucía’s charming new dining venue.
Owner Tina Amal Jouat was on hand to serve cava and canapes to a range of the coast’s leading movers and shakers.
A hard-worker with many years experience working in the restaurant trade, she is ensuring that the food quality is absolutely tip top.
“I have worked for five years in Morocco for five years, seven in Switzerland and quite a few in Spain so I know what I am doing,” she explained.
She is certainly taking no chances with the cooking, having taken on two French chefs, one from Lyon and one from Paris.
Open from from 4pm to 2am, the style is decidedly French, and the food delicious.
“I am happy with the restaurant and am sure it will do well,” continued Tina. “We are organising a few parties and other events,” she added.
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