I ate in this restaurant while I was living and working in Paris in 1999-2000. It was the new, trendy restaurant in the hip section of town (the Marais). Now, I go to it in Old Town. It has been Americanized but still serves French favorites. The tables are family style. The coffee is good. The food tastes good but the servings are small by this country's standards and some of the food they serve now is a bit fussy. Anyway, I like it for brunch. It is definitely overpriced. Plan on dropping $30 bucks or thereabouts for your single egg, 2 salmon slices and bread with coffee--throw in a mimosa. I like the atmosphere.
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