This is not another of your average Parisian restaurant. Tucked away in a less touristy part of town, this classic bistro serves up some hearty, delicious French cooking. The menu is enticing and features a variety of specialties from the Southwest of France. The duck confit is as heavenly as the cassoulet, one of their most popular dishes. If choosing one from all the wonderful-sounding items is too difficult, go with one of the plats du jour and you’re bound to have a great meal. Don’t skip out on appetizers or desserts. The braised leek and the chèvre with red pepper coulis comes highly recommended. To finish your dinner, the chocolate mousse will blow your mind.
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