Forget the huge eateries, the swanky Michelin restaurants, the snooty waiters, above all forget the fastfood joints, and make for this friendly spot in the lively Marais (but don't forget to book!). As other reviewers have noted, the space is tiny, seating only about twenty people at very close quarters, but once you're settled you feel perfectly comfortable.
The fixed-price menu is a very reasonable 33 euros (I'm relying on memory here, so check on the website) for a three-course meal, perfectly prepared and charmingly served by a small but highly efficient staff. We had lamb, braised for seven hours, tender, juicy and wonderfully tasty, as a main, with starters and dessert similarly delicious. It's the kind of place you don't want to recommend, because you don't want it to get overrun; but the secret seems to be out anyway, so I might as well join in the chorus. A delight of a restaurant.
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