We where told that Saint Germain was a great place to get some food and coffee that wasnt one of the tourist/fast food places.
It was really close to the Saint Germain chappel but far enough away that is wasnt too expensive.
I had a lovely blue cheese salad and a cappuchino. The coffee was really good but a little bitter on the aftertaste as most french coffee tends to be. A fruity with roasted almond taste.
The salad was fantasic and full if flavour.
They also have a wide selection of beer and wine but we didnt try any.
The service was great. With our very basic french, the waiters spoke english and where very friendly and quick.