Went there for lunch and was not disappointed. Ignore the 1970s decor and find yourself a seat either inside or outside on the sidewalk under the awning.
We ordered a lunch prix fixe menu (€14 for a starter and a main course): the starter was a salad with iceberg lettuce, walnuts and parmesan and the main was a steak with a pepper sauce. We also orderd a main course a la carte (€16) an omlette with cèpes (boletus mushrooms). Both main courses came with fries and green salads. All dishes were freshly made and portions are generous. The bread was quite good too.
The blackboard caught our eye because it mentioned that all desserts are "fait maison" (home- made). The tiramisu (€6.50) was a bit too sweet but the to-die-for tarte tatin (€7.00) had big, tart and sweet pieces of cooked apple and was served with whipped cream.
Service was friendly and quick. It was cold and rainy out and, so, it's nice to be able to duck into a brasserie when you're half-starved, be seated quickly, order and then be served just as quickly home-made food.
The bill for 2 with tax and tip came to €43.50, which is quite reasonable for the area (2nd district of Paris).
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