We prefer to eat where there are few to no tourists , or an established local favorite . This restaurant due to it's location directly across from the arena did have a few tourists but as it was full both nights with first name basis people(locals) we knew we were in for an excellent meal. Yes we ended up eating here both nights since it was so good. I had for starters escargout , then roasted rabbit and finished with coffee and a pear tart . My husband had the beef bourginoun. This dining experience included no English spoken and our food was delivered via a "dumb waiter" remember the last time you saw one of them in service ? The staff were not bubbly but very efficient and the food was rustic and hearty for a good value (without wine approx.$50)
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