This little bistro came highly recommended in several guide books, but we found it to be not nearly as good as it would like to be. Much is made of the choosing of the steaks which are sold by weight and cut at your table, but the finished dish is only so so. We had to wait for our wine and the service in general was haphazard. The restaurant is tucked into a tiny alley, which is quite charming, but it is also very stuffy on a coolish night and must be suffocating on a hot one.
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