It terms of decor, this is like so many of the older, nondescript restaurants on many main streets - glassed-in patio to watch pedestrians walk by and two dozen tables in front of the kitchen. This one has the added benefit of having the noodle-making visible to diners, an entertainment in itself. But the food was surprisingly good. There was a list of three vegetarian plats, and we split two of them, one with rice and one with the noodles, which are the specialty of the house. We also shared a mustard-leaf (or rapini) salad and a cabbage salad as appetizers. Everything was flavorful, and ingredients were fresh. It was a nice change from heavier, French food.
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