Surprised to find out this is a chain of restaurants. We had a very pleasant and simple lunch the other day, hiding from the rain. As non-Parisians, we still don’t remember that the outside terrace is a cancer cupboard (i.e. for smokers); we automatically think it would be nice to sit outside until the smoke starts wafting over. In any case, my ravioli, a special of the day with ham and cream and peas, was delicious, and my better half’s soft polenta with a truffled egg was especially good. And the prices were reasonable, I’d guess that the bistrots on the corners of Place Victor Hugo would all be charging extra euros for the privilege of sitting in the round… Also: nice service.
91 ave Raymond Poincaré