When you enter this restaurant from the street level and it looks like a conventional road-facing bistro, but once you are taken upstairs the atmosphere changes and you find yourself in a lovely room full of apple-inspired pictures and decorations (apples and ciders are the theme of the place).
At some point a piano player started to play and it surely added something to the place - I would recommend it for couples who want to spend a romantic evening in Paris, even if it's not too "private".
The menu is not immense, but very interesting. I had the crab ravioli as entrée which tasted very good, and for cider lovers this is paradise!
The only negative note is on the service which was very professional indeed, but definitively too quick in serving the dishes.
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