Had a lovely meal, busy Saturday night in early July.
Starters of olives and pissaladiere breads were divine and were provided in generous portions. I had the Fish Parmentier for main course and my husband had a fillet steak ordered "rare". So often I find that restaurant staff/chefs think "oh he doesn't mean rare really" and you end up with a medium steak, but it was excellent, bloody and a really tender, tasty bit of meat. He said it was on a par with the best steaks he's had in Paris. My Parmentier's sauce was a little watery, but very tasty.
I finished with a Creme Brulee - divine and husband had the cheese selection which was plentiful, varied and tasty.
As we were not driving we had a couple of bottles of a lovely, good value Merlot and the table water was free (a nice touch). We finished with coffee. The meal was around £100 which, considering we had 2 bottles of wine, was a good price.
My only gripe would be the decor, in no way does the place resemble a brasserie, it is very plainly decorated, quite dark and would perhaps benefit from something like huge spotlit photos of Paris attractions or architecture to break up the expanse of blank wall.
Service was excellent and I can't wait to return
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