We were staying in a hotel on the same street. There were 3 or 4 little cafe/restaurants to choose from. This became our breakfast spot. Prices were the same as others in the area. Nice black teas to choose from, which actually was difficult to find in Paris - it seems everywhere serves Earl Grey which I can't stand.
We ate omelettes there, and also some other breakfast items. The food was good, although they could have served toast or croissants with the omelettes or something else. The server did offer bread, but we didn't fancy that at 10am. The plate was pretty bare. We never did venture inside, so I can't comment on the interior. We preferred to sit out on the tables overlooking the little courtyard.
We were most impressed by the server, Ian. After speaking to him we learned that he had spent some time in America, and that is why his English was so great. He was very attentive, and extremely polite and friendly. He answered all our questions about things we could do in the area (even though he has only recently returned to Paris). I truly hope the management understands what an asset they have in him. We had a different server another day and didn't enjoy the experience quite as much. If you do go there, see if he's working and sit in his section.
All in all a great little spot, convenient to our hotel.