We, a group of four, had dinner here and really liked it. We started with foie gras and pate. The beef with Roquefort was amazing! Great hot frites, too! We were not so impressed with the tart du jour, which was a custard (no discernable taste, not lemon, for sure) with a cooked meringue on top. Service was great! We were the only non-French in the restaurant. Very small, intimate, frequented by locals. Decor was almost hard to see, since it was so small, with tiny (adorable) outdoor tables.
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