Its a typical french restaurant with nice background music and candles on the table. The waiters are all kitted up in black and white and more than willing to help. The big advantage is that it is open 24hrs a day and the menu doesnt change. You dont even have to go there just to eat. If its four in the morning and you fancy a coffee you can still go in and sit down at a table (you never know you might get breakfast thrown in aswell, i did)
Favorite Dish: The best dish has to be the soup. The French have to be the experts at soup and would win hands down every time. In England if you were to order a bowl of onion soup, thats what you would get and it would be nothing special. Order in France and and you get what looks like a bowl of melted cheese. Underneath this mass of cheese is the most wonderfull soup i have ever had. Its just filled with onoins and already has rather large croutons inside. Incredibly filling for a starter so watch you dont eat too much.
THIS JUST HAS TO BE TRIED
Still on the cheap side - a local/eclectic little restaurant in the Latin District.
The "Moules" were very good, their fondue is OK, everything else is mediocre.
Favorite Dish: Moules