Whitewashed walls, rustic wooden floors and exposed beams set the tone at Le Pub in the Linné neighbourhood. Since the building was built in 1884 it's been used as an ice house for storing blocks of ice and, now, as a restaurant. As well as serving French bistro dishes such as moules frites, chèvre chaude and stews, Le Pub has post-work happy hours several evenings a week.
Drop by for a good value lunch or dinner, or a glass of wine, beer or cider from their extensive selection. Le Pub also has their own atmospheric wine cellar, with lockable wine storage cupboards that can be rented by both corporate and private clients.