Went twice in August, once dinner the other time lunch. The menu has all the traditional brasserie/bistrot fare including a spectacular andouillette AAAAA plus veal liver, confit de canard and so on. Service is friendly and efficient but this is generally a busy place so need a bit of patience. Excellent desserts (traditional too) include mousse au chocolat and a cafe gourmand to die for. Being on a terrace in a quaint section of Boulogne made the experience memorable.
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