This historic building set in a quiet street is a great location for an outdoor lunch. On a Sunday nearly every table was taken with local people enjoying a leisurely lunch, and service was stretched at times but consistently friendly.
Prices are high: omelette aux ceps is 18 Euro and the composed salads are around the same price. As the effect of the dishes we tried is of an amateur in the kitchen, this becomes poor value for money. The omelette was large - 3 or 4 eggs - and arrived barely holding together as a greyish mass on a plate with no garnish or accompaniment. However, it tasted good. A highlight of the salade Lalandaise was the foie gras maison and the smoked duck breast; however the dressing was unrefined. There is a good selection of local wines in sizes of 0.375 and 0.5 as well as full bottles.
In short; come here for the location rather than the food.
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