We visited LB for dinner recently on a whim while walking towards 941.
The funky, small french and german combo had a great feel about it instantly and the service was spot on.
We shared the house-made pate to start and moved onto the Steak Onclet and the Mussels. The pate was very good, although not what you'd expect. It was a very large serving too, glad we shared. I had heard the Onion Tart is excellent, but our waitress sold us on the pate.
The mussels were very good, but heavy on the garlic, which is good if you're like us and dig the Big G. The Steak, which was highly recommended by our waitress, was unfortunately way too salty. Plus, if you like your meat dead then you're out of luck as they only do a very bloody med-rare at the most.
Both meals we paired with excellent French wines (a Pino Grio for the Mussels and a Cab Sav from Bordeaux for the Steak). Again, thanks to the knowledgable staff.
Finally, the decor and ambiance were very good, but spoilt by the fact the music was too loud. I dont want to sound like a old man at 27, but if i have to yell across a table for two in a restaurant then its a touch too loud.
Overall, its worth the visit for the vino and the staff alone.