A charming little bistro with a wonderful atmosphere. We went for Sunday brunch. We had made ressies for 1200 but they were unneeded as there were few people there when we arrived. Surprising given the quality of the food. I had a Bloody Mary and the boif had a mimosa. The bloody M did not benefit from the addition of red wine (?) in it. Floating sherry, I can deal with that, but red wine? We get it you're French. The mimosa was much the superior drink. Classic. No funny additions there. For mains, boif had the scrambled eggs which were well cooked and not at all rubbery. A sign of a good kitchen is one which can cook eggs. I had the Toulouse breakfast. Delish. Simple rustic brunch. The coffees were a bit cold, but I can forgive them for that. When we left the place was beginning to become more crowded. I will definitely give it a try for dinner.
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