This is a gem of a small family restaurant. The set lunch menu of three courses is 12.50 euros including a complementary kir. A lot of locals eat here and it was fascinating to see two ladies in the kitchen turning out plate after plate of food - very hard work. The food was well prepared and tasted good. A word of warning for those from countries where dogs are banned from restaurants - there is a pet dog which lurks around the bar and will sometimes beg for food. We ignored it and it didn't trouble us. It certainly didn't enter the food preparation area. Would we eat here again? For lunch, yes, but for dinner we would probably go up market.
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