Here, they get straight to the point: a typical postwar bistro interior, simple and friendly service, drinkable wines and family-style generosity in every dish. On the menu (which is changed daily) you’ll find traditional comfort food featuring game, poultry, two fish dishes and one red meat. The cellar is right on the money with a few pleasant bottles, and a penchant for Loire Valley wines that are easy on the wallet. Ideal for a lunch with co-workers, or an evening with friends.
Bavarian cream with duo of salmon and dill cream.
Brochette of duck breast in vineyard peach sauce.
Pineapple and mango aumônière (“beggar’s purse”) of kumquat coulis.