On a pleasant May afternoon it is awfully tempting to be able to sit outside on a little patio. The service was cordial and the vegetarian dishes tasty, daily soup, quiche (onion tarte, feuilletes roquefort) salads.Off the tourist track, it is a nice place to mingle with the locals. Competent, generous portions at a modest price. A suitable luncheon stop. Good-if not Very Good in TA parlance.
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