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It doesn't serve your usual Mains (e.g., fish/meat), instead, it serves stews, sandwich/quiche, and tartines. Food is heavy and flavourful. I would advise you to have the kitchen serve the dishes up one after another. The dishes are often served with toasty bread. However, if everything is served at once and left to wait, the bread soaks up the sauce/gravy/oil and makes it a bit soggy.
It wasn't very good quality but so-so only, price is reasonable but not really fantastic. Average quality and environment.
Good service with good food. Nice experience for a night out with family.
Nice food and atmosphere but service was very slow despite the restaurant being almost empty. It took 45 minutes for our food to be served and food was served one dish at a time for all 7 diners.
Very nice café with good music and decoration. Reminds me of some bars I used to love going to back in France. The food and wine are on point.
The food was good, had the cheese platter, scrambled eggs with salmon and salad with avocado and salmon. Drinks were quite on the high side, dollars wise. Love the decor, but it was a bit crammed and very noisy though.
Warm goat cheese salad is lovely and so is the brie and parma ham sandwich. The duck planche is very very nice but very very rich too so it's best to share with soomeone.
Finally, a proper croissant! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
This beautiful restaurant, with a nice courtyard, is very Parisian. They serve very good/authentic desserts. You get a real taste of cafe life in Paris. However, some Parisian food/habits might not necessarily be to your likings: 1. Some Asian's might not like the bread because it's less tasty than the Japanese ones. But it is true french. 2. They simply sweep the crumbs and dirt on the table onto the stone slabbed floor. Again, one sees that a lot in Paris. But being a cleanliness freak, I tend to avoid such places in Paris.
Good French food, excellent wine, and service very nice. Perfect for light meal with a good glass wine. For a more traditional french meal, better go at Gavroche restaurant. Overall good value for money.