we visited for lunch in weekday. there are lot of local people having lunch. we managed to communicate in English. Food is average level, atmosphere is good.
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We stayed in a hotel in the same street as this lovely establishment. we didn't eat here as we had to meet other members of our family dotted around Paris, but at the end of each day after many hours of walking, we ended up...More
Noisy, busy, friendly and proper home cooking the way only the French can do it (including the desserts). There are fewer and fewer of these about so this is a gem.
We have enjoyed some traditional French food on our trip. It was a cold wet day so when we noticed a restaurant with French onion soup we decided to try this as we had not tried it yet. We were ushered to a table by...More
Cosy. Nice waitress with a lot of patience for my bad french. (Her English was worse..). A Clos Salad- very nice and some decent Chablis. The decoration is homemade and fantastic. I just love everything a out the place. Especially after been to a quite...More
Didn't start serving food until 06:30pm - we were invited to have a drink until the chef was ready. Very average food, very salty. The duck confit was a little cold.
Always busy and unless you arrive exceptionally early you will have to join a chaotic queue. Tables are fitted extremely close to each other but non of this detracts from the experience. Service is efficient but can appear brusque due to busy nature of the...More