This was our second time here. Service was excellent as always. The starters were of mixed quality- with the salad od chevre and jambon a litttle wilty, and the sardines (which are basically like ceviche) good but not what was expected. The beef with roquefort sauce/fries is a b asic french lunch staple and was nicely prepared. The creme caramel was very good. Ths was the 13 euro lunch menu and was well worth it. Tip included.
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