This isn't a smart place, just a busy cafe/restaurant convenient for lunch during a brief stop in this iconic centre of spirited Allied defence during the winter campaign of 1944/5. After running the gauntlet of several touts trying to entice tourists into their empty establishments, we spotted how busy they were here and went straight in.
I tried the generously-sized boulettes in richly flavoured tomato sauce (10 Euros) and my companion spoke highly of his trout meuniere (14.5 Euros), both with frites. Stella cost 2.3 Euros and a 1/4 litre pichet of vin maison 4.5 Euros.There was a happy, vibrant atmosphere and the service was cheerfully attentive.
We returned to the coach only 38 Euros lighter and highly satisfied with our choice of venue for lunch.
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