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erly | Sep 22, 200611:15 AM     22

I want to thank everyone who suggested this bistro.
I can't imagine how I missed this gem for soo many years.
My hubbie, was in heaven!
The energy and casual friendliness of customers and staff alike made for such an enjoyable evening.
Chatted with Danes, people from Luxenbourg, locals, etc.
Must admit that we ate there twice, which necessitated eliminating our two star choice.

The steak was perfect with marrow bones, and the calf liver was tender and juicy.
Portions are far too large.
I asked for a smaller steak (at same price) because of the size, and they sort of accomodated me by bring a thinner rib steak, that covered the entire plate.
I ordered it rare, and it came just right, and extremely tasty.
The place is definitely about good food, but also a real Paris experience.

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