Great location at the busy intersection. Nice touch that someone directs traffic outside so people can be seated without problems. Service was quick and efficient. Waiter spoke enough English to communicate well. However, the food was mediocre at best. The French onion soup was the best part of the meal. I had mussels with pomme frites, which were a C+ at best--very small with minimal broth. My wife had the sirloin steak, med rare which was quite tough. Would not recommend.
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