While shopping on a muggy afternoon, we happened upon this attractive restaurant with outdoor seating a few steps below street level. A slight breeze and a shaded table encouraged us to have a late lunch outside. Glad we did. My husband enjoyed a tasty French amber beer on draft, while I refreshed myself with a glass of chilled Loire Blanc. I had the two course lunch special for $19. And selected a bowl of gazpacho, nicely spiced, accompanied by a basket of crusty French bread. Then an entree of three large steamed shrimp on a creamy bed of saffron rice with peas and red peppers--delicious and filling. My husband savored his choice of baked salmon with artichokes. Our waitress was charming, attentive to our needs, yet never rushed us. Perfect respite on a warm day in Boston. Could squint and almost imagine Paris.
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