We choose this small bistro based on a review in a popular Parisian travel book. The welcome was warm and we were soon seated, only to be asked to move since 'our table' had been reserved by another party (French). The menu was unimaginative and rather 'run of the mill'. I ordered Chicken and Chips and most of the party followed suit. It arrived promptly and was typical of the old pub grub favourite 'chicken and chips in a basket'. Chips oily & slightly over cooked and the chicken a little on the tough side.
I found the non-alcoholic range of drinks a real positive, it's not easy to find such drinks in the smaller Paris bistros. Not inspired and not worthy of a second visit.
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