We found this small restaurant in the Left Bank district on the recommendation of a tour guide. She was careful to qualify that it was "simple, just a few choices, but they are well prepared." All true. We arrived early, about 6:30 p.m. and sat hungrily with a beer and VERY inexpensive vin du pays (not great but you get what you pay for and this was $3.50 Euros--they had other pricier and probably tastier choices). The waiter spoke only a little English but he helped us detemine the main course choices--pork casserole, chicken and fish. We both had he pork and it was fabulous, served very simply with well prepared potatoes. The bread was fresh and delicious, made with unbleached flour in "country bread" style. At 14 Euros each for the main course it was a real buy!
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