A bright and exciting interior divided in two, to the left seatings and to the right a long bar cum working stations with displays of homemade cakes and sweets, teas, coffees and a fridge of cold cuts and cheeses.. the menu is exciting with a variety of choice for a breakfast, brunch, lunch afternoon tea and dinner. The premium Belgian coffee is a delight for coffee lovers and a full selection of Mariage Freres tea. We went for brunch and ordered two galettes as good as the best that Paris offers. We also tried the chicken open-face sandwich reminiscint of Danish sandwiches. All was exquisite, tasty and generous. A special mention has to go to the enthusiastic and friendly waiter. Prices are very fair.
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