We ate here twice on our recent trip to Paris and were delighted each time. I had blanquet de veau and my wife had veal kidneys, they were garnished with fried potatoes and green beans. They were both excellent and served in a copper saute pan. This is not "haute cuisine" but traditional bistro cooking and very good. I had Tart Tatin for desert and my wife had chocolate mousse. We loved it.
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