I went with 6 colleagues, all Brits. We liked this place. Very classically French in decor, style attitude and menu. Our two staff did roll their eyes a bit when a bunch of 'ros-bifs' arrived late in the evening and didn't have a clue about anything, but our butchery of their language and quaffage of their champagne kept them amused and raised smiles by the end of the night.
Menu is lots of classic French cuisine - I steered colleagues away from more 'exotic' pursuits such as andouillette, and even the fussy eaters were able to find good food. I had Lapin au Four. Nice.
Champagne, of course. We opted in our ignorance for the basic stuff and were rewarded for our thrift with a very acceptable drink.
Not a bargain place to eat. But a good experience.
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