Charming bistro frontage: tick. Charming belle epoque tiles: tick. Small discrete tables: tick. Small discrete waiters, in grey aprons: tick. Daily specials and formule written up in chalk on blackboard brought to your table: tick. Menu that should be listed as an historic monument: tick. Paté with prunes, roast salmon with potato purée: tick. Brie de meaux, on the formule for the day so should be just perfect, was cold and was sent back. The replacement arrived adorned with walnuts, but still chalky in the interior, not gently runny as it should be. 45€ on a 3 course lunch with two glasses of wine, was paying for past glories, but if you prefer the sound of other reviews then for value and bourgeois charm I suggest you go for lunch, alongside the local business lunchers, rather than dinner.
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