Was seated at my usual table in a Lyonnais bouchon (next to the kitchen, where Americans seem to be seated in disproportionate numbers). Food was good, but certainly not spectacular (and a mild disappointment in the context of the many very positive reviews of this restaurant). Had a salad Lyonnaise, the beef with shallot sauce, and the "French toast" for dessert -- each was good, but none was memorable. Good value in the pots de vin. Service was good, especially considering that only two servers were covering a busy dining room. Overall, a serviceable meal, but certainly no better than several (randomly selected) bouchons in I have eaten recently.
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