Seems to be a pretty popular choice. The first time we tried to have dinner here it was packed and we returned for lunch next day (as it was just across the street from our hotel) but this time it was closed (as it is the custom in France from 14 to 17). We were almost ready to give up when a friendly face appeared in the door way and after a few words and jokes we got ourselves a table for dinner.
The food was great but nothing fancy and the people extremely friendly in a quite relaxed and familiar way.
It was a bit to crowded inside but everyone was cheerful and attentive so we felt more in the bosom of community than disturbed.
Overall we felt great and eaten well.
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