This is one of our favorite spots in Paris. It is wedged between the chef's lower-cost cafe and a much pricier fine dining restaurant. The layout is a bustling diner, more counterspace than tables by design. The food is a modern spin on traditional French fare served in a rustic iron pot ( a cocotte), a one dish meal. The chicken and mushroom was superb, wines by the 50 deciliter excellent, service a tad slow due the standing room-only crowd waiting outside to get in. Arrive by 5 or after 9:30 to reduce wait times, no reservations.
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