Consistently receiving excellent reviews since its establishment in 1996, this bright and cheery French restaurant sits in bustling Place Jourdan. Locals and tourists come here to enjoy a number of traditional dishes, including the house-favorite carbonnade, or mussels done up in a number of different ways, accompanied by a nice wine list. You are sure to love the marble counter tops, the rather wild chandeliers, the colorful walls and attractive furnishings. However, when the weather is nice, feel free to eat outside at one of the small wooden tables on the square.
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