Quietly tucked away in a picturesque cobblestone pedestrian-only alley in the St. Germain neighborhood, this chic, cozy café and restaurant serves up some top-notch chocolate desserts (try the Aztec hot chocolate) and divine classic French bistro fare. Prices are reasonable given that you are in a posh neighborhood; succulent dishes come in generous portions. Don’t worry if your French doesn’t pass “bonjour” & “merci”, the waiters here understand a fair amount of English. The pre-fixed lunch menu is a good deal as you get a main course and a dessert for 14 euros. The duck filet and the raviolis with Grana Padano cheese come highly recommended. Bring your date or friend and enjoy a superb meal.
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