A very wide selection of meat dishes; some French, some German as well as lots of seafood dishes. A busy, bustling place when we were there and the service staff were all very friendly, courteous and helpful with translating the food descriptions to English for us.
Th atmosphere was a bit more on the German Brathaus side, very enjoyable.
When the weather permits, there is outside seating as well.
Favorite Dish: One of their specialties was 'Les Flammekuches'; being what I would call small, very thin crust pizza......lots of varieties and ours was excellent!
Very nicely decorated and with outside patio seating. Small and ethnic north African as well as French dishes. Lentils are one of the area's main staples and they had several variations with dif dishes. Very helpful with our limited French. Fresh, fresh, fresh obviously; and lots of flavor!
Favorite Dish: We had a lamb dish with lentils.....wonderful!! Well priced lunch plate; or other a la carte selections.
This place looks a bit hokey from the outside -- is it going to be TOO touristy? Well, in a word WHO CARES! The food was terrific.
Located in the medieval quarter of Le Puy it delivers both on atmosphere and on cuisine.
Favorite Dish: We had coq au' vin and lamb, and a terrific bottle of 2004 Cahors red, having kept it simple with salads for our entrees. The bread was particularly good, too. Our entire bill for a full dinner for two was just under 50Euro.