I suppose you can get bad pizzas in France but mercifully I've never had one. This little restaurant was doing an average sort of trade when we sat down but the numbers quickly multiplies making the lone waitress really regret the missing staff member, who had phoned in sick. Some tables obviously waited a fair while, although we were served promptly and efficiently by the poor girl who was being run ragged by the ever increasing clientele. We had a salad with gesiers and magret de canard, plus a delicious pizza. Just what we wanted.
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