We ate here on our way back from visiting the Riponne. It isn't bad, but it isn't great either. I ordered a pasta with a lemon cream sauce, which is pretty standard summer fare, and it came quickly and was quite good. The dinner salads were also quite nice. My wife's ravioli in truffle cream sauce was another story--a bit too salty and the truffle flavor was overdone. But the wine and service was pleasant, there were outdoor tables available, and the better known place next door was packed. Eating in the old quarter, on narrow quiet streets, was very nice.
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