This is a really interesting, hole in the wall restaurant that serves Haitian, Creole cuisine. Restaurant patrons are an interesting mix of neighborhood regulars and tourists from France (with guidebooks in hand). There are daily specials, which are always good, and the homemade desserts always sound good as well (even though I've never had any). The food is affordable and served in well-sized portions.
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