We were in an apartment on the same street and passed this restaurant many times before deciding to go in, and we were glad that we did. If you know Italian food, you know that there are several different regions that have different styles of cooking. This restaurant cooks food from the island of Sardinia. We started with the antipasto plate. Our mains were the entrecote steak and the sausage. We finished with the desert du jour. The chefs wife made the focaccia brad and the desert of the day. We will definitely return to this little gem hidden near Les Halles.
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