We went Sunday evening on our last night of a 4 day package with Riviera Travel. It was quiet, there was something unusual about the air quality but wasn't off putting. The staff were really friendly and took their time to bring the menu, hand written on a chalk board, and explained the whole menu meal by meal, course by course. Wine was good and, unlike a previous establishment not that far away, was better priced. We were given bread and sausage as free nibbles whilst waiting to order and more bread later. I had the "Gambas" and "Lapin" and both were really nice. My wife had the goats cheese starter and sea bass main meal and again they were really nice. We had read about the famous "profiteroles" and it didn't disappoint. I say "it" because you only get one but you would only be able to eat one. We shared one and couldn't finish it, it was so large. We then had coffee and were given two liqueurs "on the house". The final bill, which include 3 carafe's of red wine was less than €90.00 which we thought was excellent value. I would thoroughly recommend this restaurant and will definitely return on our next visit to Paris.
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