This appears to be below La Poste Hotel - and we stopped for a lunch when we were starving. Service was friendly and charming. We ordered Chardon Ardent, for two and it came with some flamboyance (€42), and a really tasty potato and wild mushroom accompanying dish. Entrecote (€19) was a good lump of steak, and came very rare, as ordered, with an enormous plate of frites.
The profiteroles (€7.50) were really tasty, coffee is €2.
Slight suspicion that elements of the meal may have been Brake Brothers or similar, but otherwise a very enjoyable lunch. You have a view up the main street from inside, and the ceiling has bizarre decoration!
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