Note - closed Mondays. We visited twice it was so good. A charming couple serving amazing food in a tiny cafe - there are only a few tables. This is not a place for a big group or for a family with four kids. This is also not a place to come at 10:30 a.m. for breakfast when you're starving and you want it right now. If you visit here, please don't hover over other guests tables impatiently - and please don't storm off because the ONLY server didn't attend to you quickly enough. They can't accommodate groups larger than 4 outside - so don't get mad about that either.
Please do visit solo or as a couple, support this lovely cafe and enjoy the amazing food. But be patient. Pretend you're in Paris and you're living a life of leisure. Walk in, put your name on the list and get an espresso and a croissant "to go" - and then enjoy it in the sun across the street or on one of the benches nearby.
Take a deep breath and hopefully rude impatient Americans won't mar the ambience and experience. The food is absolutely amazing.
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