We were delighted to find this little gem the other day and it's delightful with a tasty delicious menu of tradition. Apparently it has been there since 1935 and just near the Marche Forville. My companion had pressed artichoke with foie gras and I tried the little piggy ears. (how daring!) for starters. For main course I had calves liver cooked softly in balsamic and a nice selection of vegetables incl pommes dauphinoise. Again the choice of dessert was good but I went for the chocolat fondant with icecream which measured up. I always try this dish if it's on the menu first time I go somewhere and this was a good one. Will be back...our menu was around 25 per head which is typical and the service was good. So glad I tried this place.
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