After a big lunch and a lot of sightseeing, we wondered over to canal St Martin for a casual light dinner. That's exactly what we got here. Very limited menu (four sharing plates, that's it) and staff are a bit too cool to provide service, especially at first. Wine and food itself were pretty good (great bread by the way), but not cheap. Chilean Carmenere from Luis Felipe Edwards was v good but €25 is a bit greedy. Buzzy place, good for friends to get together and soak up some trendy Parisian vibes.
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