Conveniently located near Place de la République – a rapidly changing neighbourhood, recently equipped with a Chronobus and bike paths – this former worker’s restaurant has been transformed into something far more modern. Its strong points: flavourful, elaborate and well-presented cuisine, warm service, the Muscadet sipped at the counter among friends before sitting down to eat in the long and narrow dining room, and the little covered terrace. Excellent value for money.
Tomate brûlée cream of mozzarella with fresh basil, curry samosa.
Salmon tartare with vegetables, estragon salad.
Lemon flan, raspberry sorbet.