We were staying in the Rue Monterguiel area and was looking for a resto to eat late lunch on our first day in Paris. Of course, the huitre sign outside the brasserie was enough to call our attention. We ordered a dozen of fine de claire for entrée and a carafe of vin blanc. The taste of the oysters is something different for us, they tasted more of the sea, which we liked, and they were fresh. For our main course, we ordered steak tartare and some sausage with frites. To finish, we ordered café. Overall, it was a good meal to start our trip. The plus side is, the restaurant is in a pedestrian street where you can visit small shops selling specialty foods--cheese, pastries, meats, seafood, fruits and vegetables--everything you need when you're staying in an apartment.
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