it's a sweet place with a terrific onion soup. The three of us felt that every dish was a very good version. They're not breaking any culinary barriers and on an August Sunday night, the whole dining room (which is small) spoke English (that could be a function of both August and Sunday). Nonetheless, we would absolutely return and the lamb was better than versions I've had at far more celebrated places. Exceptionally cool history of the place...dining in Paris' oldest continuing restaurant in the very place where Brillat Savarin held court!
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