We've heard so much about 'typical' low cost, good quality, excellent value French brasseries and our previous expereinces in our French tour have been very mixed. We've had some very good restaurant meals, but quite pricey. Whenever we'd tried the brasseries previously we felt the food quality wasn't up to much. Maybe we'd been in toursity places that didn't rely on repeat business.
This place was the first that lived up to our expectations. Typically French, excellent food, good value and what's more a lively sense of humour and some menu guidance provided in English. This helped when we were considering the andouillette, which turned out to be tripe sausage. We were told (with a wide beaming smile) this was 'banned' for the English. Clearly a restauranteur who understands English tastes!
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