We were walking around trying to find a nice place to eat for lunch when someone on the street stopped us and tried to talk us into this restaurant. We were particularly sold, seeing as the restaurant was set back down in an alley. But we decided what the heck, let's try it.
Overall, it was a good experience. The food was decent. I had the pepper tenderloin and another had a crepe. They were both decent. It did have a nice ambience and feeling of a little bistro in Paris. Would recommend it.
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