Every tourist wants to "discover" the neighborhood gem; the secret restaurant which gives you a reason to eat out and has the ability to surprise while retaining the familiarity of home-cooking. This is such a place. We heard about it on tripadvisor and with 3 teenagers in tow, headed there after a long day at Versailles. The owner / servers were warm and accommodating, patiently explaining the menu and specials and how you wrote out your order with pencil and pad. They recommended the house Beaujolais (absolutely delicious) which was served in a label-less bottle while we considered the bistro-fare. Everything we ordered was excellent, but ones that stood out were a house pate´served in a casserole dish (eat all you want!!), an outstanding beef casserole, and a "special of the day" whitefish. The tartins for dessert rounded off the meal perfectly. The bathroom had an amusing sign in French that I could get the gist of, but shouldn't repeat since I'm by no means fluent. All in all, we had a very enjoyable evening, and at the risk of turning this into a highly popular, reservations only restaurant, recommend it heartily to all.