In the latin quarter, its hit or miss it seems. This is definerly on the latter side.
Ok, one of us had mussels and the sauce was really good, although it was quite salty, the mussels were cooked very well (timed well), but there was sand still in them. The other had the snails, they were fine, cant really compare, as it was our first time eating this dish. They were covered in garlic and herbs, so really thats all they tasted like.
The mains was a mess. We both ordered the "preserved duck leg" with sautèd potatoes. We were both given duck breast, in orange sauce, with fries. Although it looked nice, but we thought we better let them know it wasn't our order - in case somebody else had ours and vice-versa. The waiter (non apologetic) took our plates and came back 3 minutes later with duck legs, piping hot, on the same plates (orange sauce under, with fries). We felt this was a bad service.
We had crème brûlée and profiter rolls as desert, these were ok.
It's quite cheap (?18 for these 3 courses). The service didn't deal well with the mistake and were not very friendly, although not particularly rude either.
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