Le Gambetta is a small restaurant, seating 30 people tops. The menu changes constantly as it is based on what the chef finds fresh in the market. The atmosphere was very welcoming, due in part to the young woman who served me. She is from Malaga, Spain, and is quite fluent in English, which was a big help to me as I speak no French. The food was terrific. I had a lovely green crunchy salad, and the best scallops I have ever eaten, prepared simply with butter and garlic. I forget what the side offering was, but I know it was good. The servings were generous, and when I absolutely couldn't hold another thing, they wrapped up cheese for me to take as my third course, which I ate for breakfast the next morning. Later on the next day after visiting the Satie Museum (which was my favorite of 15 museums I toured on my trip to France and England), I saw the server and the very young chef taking a break outside the restaurant and had a little chat with them. A thoroughly delightful duo, and I wish them great success with their endeavor.