Four of us ate here twice on our recent visit to Paris, once lunchtime and once dinner. Only small restaurant with a simple plat du jour but a huge list of wines to choose from, including champagne by the glass. Menu was simple but delicious, saw huge steaks and frites coming out of the kitchen but we settled for dish of the day which was scallops and mash, lovely. Prices were reasonable too and wine prices were good, unusual to get a glass of good Sancerre for around 5 euros. Atmosphere was very busy, lots of diners particularly around the lunchtime, some having very long decadent lunches well into the afternoon. Our waiter was fantastic, coped with our poor French well and had decent bits of English. He was very friendly, very fast, very efficient - exactly what a waiter should be. On opening times, they did say they would be closed Sat and Sun which seemed a bit odd but check it out and if it's open give it a go - you won't be disappointed.
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