My husband and I recently visited the cafe which has been there since 1861. The ambiance was festive and decor was upper bourgeois France. The food was great! We ordered the langoustine a la carte which came with 10 huge ones and 1 crab which was a steamed stone crab cut in half. It took us an hour just to enjoy the platter before we moved on to their famous french onion soup and sweet bread. We ate like kings and had a great time!
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