The location tucked away down a small alley always seems to house the best gems. This place is quiet and their food is artisan quality - very good. We stopped in at 9pm on a Saturday night and there were only 2 other couples there, the food was all very good. We had handmade lasagne with a white creme and buttery mushroom sauce, a "presse boeuf" (a sort of shredded beef shaped into a pressed circle) over polenta, and duck with creamed squash. Very french, very nice flavors. The dessert was a brioche cake with vanilla ice cream and rasberries... very very good finish. We paid 60E for the two of us with no wine.
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