This bistrot serves traditional French food in a cozy, unpretentious environment. Despite being in a tourist zone (although, this is Paris--where isn't it touristy?), the intimate atmosphere and friendly service gives the impression of a neighborhood restaurant. The prices aren't bad either, especially if you've seen some of the other menus in the area, with a three-course set meal for 23 euro. If you've been meaning to try some escargot, foie gras, or maybe just a nice creme brulee, this could be your spot.
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