We were in need of sustenance after a very long but enjoyable walk through Paris. We happened to pass this restaurant and saw that they had Andouillette on the menu - always a favourite of ours, so in we went. We were greeted by a friendly waiter and seated at the window. The menu was varied but we chose the Andouillette and Frites. The sausage was really tasty with the addition of some minced onion and a few herbs and it was well cooked and heated right through. The chips, however, were awesome. Light but crispy and somehow 'boat' shaped. Yummy. It was not the cheapest we have seen but given its location - near the Seine and 5 minutes from the Louvre - it was perfectly acceptable. The toilets were clean, however there were only two in the mens room, and one of them was a 'traditional' hole in the ground. I find these totally disagreeable.We would definitely re-visit when in the area next time. In some ways, 3 stars doesn't really do it justice, but 4 would be too much, so consider this a 3.5
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