The location is on St. Michel Bvd, right next to Le Depart (another restaurant/cafe, and close to the Seine so it is tourist-laden) but that is a good reason to go here. I didn't expect good food because it is a tourist spot. I ordered a mixt planchet which was a variety of cheeses, charcuterie, tiny salad, cornichion, and bread. It was very good. There was a nice mixture. I enjoyed eating it with a glass of wine and a carafe d'eau and watching all the people. I like to do this at least once while in Paris and watch humanity float by.
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