This is just what it says it is - a brasserie, and a very large one at that. On a Friday night it was near enough full, which contributed to the buzzy atmosphere. It is clearly a very efficiently run, well established operation. The food came and went at the right pace, the service was good without being intrusive, and the surroundings were comfortable - although some of the Jules Verne themed paintings on the walls might not be to everyone's taste! As a brasserie, and not a Michelin starred restaurant, it sets very high standards. The fish soup was excellent, and the main course of a fricassee of kidneys and sweetbreads delicious, and served in a very generous portion. (If you visit the online menu from the UK, the automatic translation hilariously describes this dish as being served with 'mashed rat', when what it should be saying is that it comes with beautifully creamy mashed ratte potatoes). The very large serving of slow cooked lamb was also delicious. This is a terrific place for an enjoyable meal and convivial evening.
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