Unfortunately, we had damp, rainy weather so the terrace was closed off with plastic sheeting and heaters were on. On a nice spring or summer day, the location would make this a full 4 stars (very good).
We both ordered une coupe de champagne (Gonet Brut) which was served lukewarm and flat and seemed to have been leftover from lunch service. We are not the type to complain but now I feel that we should have, especially at 13 euros a glass.
Overall our meal was fair to good, nicely presented with an artistic flair. We started off with the gambas pochées au piment d’Espelette, agrumes et cœur de sucrine (shrimp, grapefruit and lettuce hearts). The shrimp were on a smear of guacamole which was a little surprising but not in a bad way and made for a colorful plate. My husband had the l’œuf croustillant, velouté d’oignon et ventrèche grille (soft boiled egg rolled in seasoned bread crumbs and quickly fried, with cream of onion soup and a slice of pork belly which was not at all “grillé”). He was pleased with his starter. For mains we had the suprême de pintade grillé, macaronis aux épinards, moutarde à l’ancienne (guinea fowl covered with mustard atop long macaroni tubes and spinach and the filet de daurade à la plancha, pommes grenailles au chorizo, poivron grillés (sea bream with tiny potatoes and sausage and a wide ribbon of roasted red pepper). The guinea fowl was good, the sea bream was okay. What stood out were the perfectly cooked potatoes and bits of sausage, a nice and flavorful combination.
This was washed down with a glass of South African wine and a glass of Pomerol. The wine, unlike the champagne, was good. We shared a café gourmand and our dinner bill came to a total of 90 euros for two glasses of champagne two starters, two mains, two glasses of wine, one dessert and a coffee. I would go back but primarily for the location.