Our last night we found ourselves charmed into this tiny restaurant by the owner who was standing on the street reeling people into his establishment. It was not all that busy and they were friendly enough to give the two of us a four person table so we could seat the baby as well. The tables were very close to each other and we were right by the kitchen. It was cramped and I was touching the wine rack behind me, and I was afraid I would knock something off! It was a cozy ambiance with dim lighting
Great traditional meal with many fondue options. We had a shrimp cocktail salad for starters, three cheese fondue (with bread and potato for dipping) and beef Bourguignon for the entrée and cheese for dessert. We did find it odd that the dessert cheese was served with salad. Overall the meal was good and if we were craving fondue we'd definitely go back there. The antipasto meat fondue looked quite delicious at the table next to us.
Stay away from the house wine, it's the only bad experience we had with wine in France.
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