Dined with 6 friends. Very good, attentive service. Maitre'D spoke fluent english and was very friendly and helpful. I had the mussels with leeks and bacon served with frites which was delicious.
Only gripe is that the glassware and crockery is a bit 70's but in a way it adds to the traditional charm of the place. All of the party cleaned their plates.
Would highly reccomend for a good value meal with several french classics on the menu.
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