Sancerre serves a small menu of omlettes, quiches & salads -- the main event is the red and white Sancerre wine. The inside is decorated with murals and objects from the Sancerre region. It is a warm and cozy place. As do most wine bars, Sancerre closes early in the evening. On the other hand they open early to accomodate the French worker's custom of having a glass of wine before work -- referred to as "tuer le ver" -- literally "kill the worm"
If you face the street you can see the wonderful Art Nouveau building just opposite at 29 rue de Rapp -- and, after dark, you can see the lights of the Eiffel tower twinkle in its windows on the hour.
Favorite Dish: I love the simple omlette with ham and cheese and the green salad.