If you like the vintage style, you'll love this address run by Audrey Jarry, formerly sommelier of Spring and who brought Edward, the sous-chef who became chef at her's. A whole mosaic facade, a traditional touch of tiles, zest floor, an age-old desk and some old mirrors to embellish the whole place. A bistro like before. A little Nostalgia! The reception? Very caring, relaxed and smiling and a chef who manages a kitchen somewhat different between lunch and dinner, in the costs as in the tastes. A short menu composed according to the market, ready plates and a crazy atmosphere. We loved the courgette flower and the fresh goat's cheese, lemon-balm flower and marjoram, spelt and honey and the burbot liver fennel and almond. A neighbourhood zinc that is worth crossing Paris to come and slum it but you should book for the first service, from 9.30 haphazardly.
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