This new restaurant specializes in open-face sandwiches, soups and homemade desserts. The luncheon menu at 15 euros is an excellent value, the service is friendly and efficient. All of the food is fresh and prepared on site. The special Poilane bread is hearty and serves as a good base for the sandwich platters. When we visited, the soup included in the luncheon menu was a fresh and flavorful gaspacho, the owner's private recipe including fresh mint. I don't drink wine at lunch, but the restaurant offers a selection of reasonably priced French wines by the glass or carafe. As I prefer salads rather than sandwiches in general, the highlight of the meal for me was the desserts. I had a hard time choosing between baba au rhum and strawberry tiramisu. As it was hot, I went with the tiramisu, which had plenty of fresh strawberries and was an intersesting variant on the classic version. A fine espresso went down well with it. Decor is clean and modern and there is a good choice of seating inside and on both a streetside and rooftop terrace.
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