This one room restaurant (in existence since 1919) is packed full of quirky curios. It's a tight squeeze just getting through the front door! It can't seat more than 30 so I'd recommend booking. Delightful staff, all happy to attempt English if your French isn't up to it. We both chose from the daily menu. My companion had beetroot salad and rated it 10/10; I had scallops "au gratin" served in a shell, served too tepid for my liking but I still polished it off. We both had sole meuniere as a main, served whole on the bone, moist, meaty, buttery, divine! We shared a "mousse Javana", a globe of dark chocolate on top of the mousse over which the waitress poured hot white chocolate. A good dessert for those who don't want anything heavy or sickly sweet. With two glasses of champagne and a half bottle of Viognier, the bill came to just under €130. As we were leaving around 10pm, there were diners still coming in. It was busy and bustling all evening, really enjoyed the whole experience.