Small and unassuming, this cafe/restaurant has good coffee, the best mille-feuille I've tasted, and a happy atmosphere. We dropped in for morning tea but went back for dinner that night. The coq au vin, beouf bourgignon and fish were unquestionably French but with a lighter touch that suited our palates. Service by the French owners (one of whom is the chef) was excellent and the prices are very reasonable.
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