We ate here several times while in Montpellier for an extended visit. It seems to cater to meat-eaters with a large appetite. The food was good -- somewhat reminiscent of the "bouchons" in Lyon -- large servings of good food, but not "haute cuisine," for the most part. The wine was good, as was the service, and the ambience was very pleasant: cozy and warm on a cold, wet day.
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