This is a small bistro in central Paris. The food is traditional, home-made and delicious. Each evening there will be a set menu drawn up on the board, and you will choose a starter, main and a dessert. Everything is written in French, and on our visit we found one waiter who spoke limited English to help us with our order. The stand-out dishes were the duck with frites for main course, and the chocolate fondant for dessert. They also have a small but considered selection of house wine and aperitifs that are reasonably priced and certainly aid the singing and merry-making.
Into the evening, approximately after the main course, the fun begins! On our visit, a buxom and very charming French lady with an accordion began waltzing around the restaurant belting out famous French tunes. Everyone received a lyrics sheet so they could sing along as well. Many locals came in to stand around the bar drinking and singing, and a French artist also arrived and painted impressions as the scene unfolded. It was a lot of good fun and the atmosphere was warm and merry.
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