I went there during my last visit to Paris. The place boasts to sell products of the "Terroir" and surely succeed at making good down-to-earth food, freshly made with local products.
I had the Gascon sandwich which was delicious. It contains duck paté with bits of foie gras, ingredient you don't expect in sandwich shop, but then again this a different sandwich shop (it is good to have something different than the usual "jambon-beurre") I could see that the salads looked big and appetising but was too curious to try the Gascon sandwich.
The place has room for you to seat alone or in group. The decoration is interesting as it is themed with the food, with pictures of the producers on the wall. Staff was friendly and eager to practise English - with a French accent - like their sign outside suggested!
Prices are within the Paris range. Menus are good value for money (an extra 2€ gets you a drink and a well-size dessert)
You can also buy products from the South-West region (paté, foie gras and local drinks are on display behind the counter.
Overall great experience, I will surely try to go back next time I'm in Paris.
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