We ate here on Christmas, and nearly had the place to ourselves. It is in a residential area, so a taxi or car is essential. We shared the cheese fondue and the tomato fondue, with the cheese one being much better. The dipping items included bread, apple slices, tomatoes and sausages, nothing amazing, though. The steak with morel mushrooms was delicious, and we had a reasonably-priced malbec with the meal. They don't take credit cards, so be prepared. We liked Alto el Fuego, Kandahar and Cassis more, but would recommend Chez Philippe, too.
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