A very warm reception and a pleasant ambience. No menu as such but there were boards on the walls and the waitress was extremely helpful. A starter of tomato stuffed with shrimp was enjoyable and we both had the entrecote which was grilled in front of the open fire, also delicious. Wine was available by the carafe which I always like and it too was a decent drop. We shared the pain perdu for dessert and although I'm not normally a sweet person ate more than my fair share. Only slight downside was the coffee which was average. All in all a good old fashioned French restaurant which are becoming harder to find these days. Certainly worth a little hop if you are in Rennes.
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