I had been here before, a few years ago and decided to have lunch here recently. It is a pleasant brasserie, with pleanty of tables downstairs, upstairs and a covered area outside. We had a window seat, quite cosy, with proper table cloth and napkins; no paper in sight. We decided to have the menu du jour, as the portions on the a la carte menu are too large. This way we could have 3 reasonably priced courses without loosening the belt.The amount of food was just right, well presented. My medium steak was a little thin at the edges, so was overcooked, but still tasted good and no complaints about the rest of the food. I had a picher of wine, a very nice Gamay. Service was good, with English-speaking staff. Next to us was a group of British people who clearly are regulars and there were plenty of French people there, which indicates that people do return.
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