I go to this restaurant at least once a week. It is a big restaurant with all types of people. It is only understandable that you cannot please them all. The prices are those of the neighbourhood, but the food is freshly cooked (hence the wait sometimes) and the waiters do their best to cope with the infinite demands: more bread, less bread, bigger portions, lesser portions...you name it, i've seen it all! I really do not see why some people comment that the pasta is not home made (where did you get the idea that you can have freshly made pasta in a brasserie for 10 euros a huge bowl???) The place is full with eurocrats during lunch working days and with cute little retired families or children during the weekend. The atmosphere is great and even if you don't see a 3 stars restaurant service, i think having a good time is really only up to your capacity to understand that you're in a brasserie and not a STAR restaurant.
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