In this neighborhood (close to the Saint Antoine market), it is hard to find a decent place that doesn't want to feed you a multiple course lunch featuring heavy Lyonnaise specialties. If you are looking for something lighter, this is a good bet. Basically a soup and tartine place, much like Le Pain Quotidien. The food is pretty good (assuming you like tartines), but don't expect a gourmet meal. I had a jambon cru et courgette tartine (cured ham and zucchini), which was a first for me, but which was pretty good. It is crowded, buzzy, and you share tables. It is also efficient, friendly, quick, and not expensive. I rate is very good, not because it compares with a better restaurant or bouchon, but because for what it is, it is great.
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