The musings of a final year medical student

Thursday, 23 April 2015

Bistro Franc

The first week back has felt like a right slog. I have been working non-stop, and yet we're only 4 days into the new term! I try to do one activity a week where I remove myself from the university environment; it gives me the chance to realise there is so much more to life than assignments and exams. After a long and stressful day, Rob and I went to the chain restaurant Bistro Franc on Hanover St, Liverpool. It's a lovely cute French restaurant, covered in French posters and clippings of Le Figaro. My meal was absolutely amazing. For drinks, we shared a 2 pint jug of a 'pear julep'. We both had 'L'entrecôte Grillé': a sirloin steak served with seasoned vegetables (medium rare obvs). It was possibly the best steak I've ever had. For dessert, I had crème brûlée and Rob had banoffee pie, both splendid. We even got served by a French waitress, adding to the novelty of the meal.

I definitely think that with medicine it can be hard to see the bigger picture. There's more to life than Tortora.


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