If you speak no French and are nervous about totally immersing yourself in a 100% French atmosphere, then this may not be the place for you. If you are a "give it a go" type, you will love it! We went twice this week, once each at lunch and dinner. Packed both times! All the staff we met spoke at least some english and were fantastically friendly. The same goes for all the fellow customers we met. We went as a couple but ended up dining as an eight! Tables are only about four inches apart and baskets of bread often shared between two tables. We were on a table for four but two others were put in the remaining places within minutes. We had a brilliant night and had so much fun with staff and our new table mates. The food is brilliant. Real traditional stuff. You can eat very cheaply, especially as a couple. The salads are still HUGE, and gorgeous. two of you can share a salad and a dish of wonderful potato scollops(with toppings if wanted), and go out stuffed full for less than fifteen quid. Delicious chilled water free so you don't even have to buy drinks if you don't want to. Don't go if you like a quiet romantic time or if you are shy. If you love to get down with the locals, this is the place to be. As mentioned in another review the Metro to get off at is Corvisart. Look for a path going between blocks of flats, up some steps towards a kids playground. If you can't see it, turn around and go to the other side of the station; you've got out on the wrong side! Follow the path and steps, no more than a couple of minutes, and you come out quite literally at Gladine's front door. I will go there at every opportunity.
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