This is a very busy restaurant that seems to cater almost entirely to a local clientele. There are not many menu choices but we had an excellent cote de veau (veal t-bone) and baked fish. The French fries cost extra and were not especially good, but the house wine was good and reasonably-priced. Staff were friendly.
154 isn't in an especially touristy area but if you are in the neighborhood (some of Paris's big department stores are nearby), you may like this in preference to the usual bar-cafes that line the grands boulevards (major commercial avenues north of the Champs Élysées).
There is no menu posted outside - consider this a good sign, that it has a lot of repeat patrons, and doesn't need to go after tourists.
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