This quintessential French bistro serves up much more than just food. The atmosphere is constantly lively with an opened kitchen and shared tables, so making friends with strangers is unavoidable. This vivacious environment truly brings alive the the French lifestyle and the food is just as vibrant. Basque cuisine is the specialty here meaning the food hails from the South of France. Delicious small plates of mussels, foie gras, squab, and hearty meats and fish will complete your experience. Don't forget to save room for the rice pudding or crème brûlée for dessert. The menu is robust, but not overwhelming and the relatively late kitchen hours makes this restaurant conducive to a full day of sightseeing. Just don’t forget to make a reservation, this is a popular and renown restaurant that fills up fast.
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