I ate here on a busy Saturday night in August, so I did not expect much in terms of service. And, reality matched my expectations. Service was slow and intermittent, although the waiter was friendly when he was present. Also, it helped that I speak French very well, because I saw how difficult it was for others around my table who didn't.
The food was good though nothing extraordinary. We shared the assortment platter to start, which had a nice variety of nicois cuisine. Unfortunately, the socca -- the typical snack, and the part of the restaurant's name! -- was greasy and without much flavour. The daube was tasty, but unfortunately it was paired with gnocchi that had the consistency of rubber.
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