Having read on tripadvisor that the place was popular and often crowded with locals coming to have dinner, we went there early at 6:15 pm. The kitchen wasn't wholly ready yet, the friendly waiter asked if we were in a hurry, which we weren't, so we sat down.
The chef's suggestions were written on blackboards on the walls, small notices on the tables - decked in homely red checkered table cloths - encouraged clients to look them over, we did and ordered half a dozen creuse oysters each, followed by riz de veau (sweetbread), quite delicious, so at the end had no room left for deserts. The demi-sec cider they served was excellent too. All of this for € 85,- for my wife and I, quite affordable. Prices of other items on blackboard were lower than that of the sweetbread.
They claim to have been in business since 1771, the atmosphere is cozy and friendly, many families come to have their dinner together, which is a good sign, nothing snobbish about the place.
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