We visited this restaurant at lunchtime, on an uncharacteristically rainy day and wanted something heartening to eat. So we chose the cassoulet - not the first choice in July, perhaps, but it was first rate: a confit leg of duck; a generous piece of sausage, and delicious beans with a tang of stew and bits of carrots and other vegetables. An old dear stopped to tell us how much better it was to eat cassoulet here than in one of the restaurants where it would not be properly made: she was not popular with the waiting staff, but we felt she had a point. For local food, honestly cooked and good value to boot, you could do far worse than visit La Rotonde, which is also very conveniently situated for the station, or the many canal trips.
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