Well...a prior reviewer wrote that wait staff giggled at them. Our waiter did not. In fact my professional restaurant critic wife questioned him on our order, thinking she had not been given the exact dish ordered, and he very patiently explained how this particular duck dish is prepared in France and it was a reasonable enough explanation. IOW he was polite and very helpful. We had a very tasty escargot prepared just right; the Blanchette de Veau (veal in cream sauce); and the time honored Crocque Monsieur for our teenager. I would rate lunch at this place a solid B for a cafe right next to a major museum (Musee D'Orsay). Yeah, a lot of tourists but we ate with a number of French citizens as well. Elsewhere in Paris the place could be 2-star mainly for the sloooow service. It's a lovely place inside, we got stuck in a back room b/c it was little late or lunch. Our bad, not theirs.
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