The cuisine is quite nice, the menu doesn’t offer a lot of choice, but you can be sure that everything on the carte will be simple but tasty. No fusion food here, just the most classical French dishes, well prepared and accommodated.
The products are fresh (you can see that if your table is in the “kitchen” of Hugo) and the plates are very generous. For the starters, you will have the choice between terroir products: duck terrine, andouille, foie gras; the main plate consists in excellent meat, very well cooked: beaf, veal, lamb or andouillette, accommodated with French fries or vegetables, and I strongly advise you to try the chocolate cake for desserts, one of my favorites, definitely!
To sum up, a very nice place to have a good lunch on the go. Try it with your friends!
We loved: the warm welcoming of Hugo, his helpfulness on advising or explaining the dishes and the fact that the food is brought out promptly.
Top tip: the setting, in a very tiny 17th C. place and its location, a few blocks away from the Louvre, the Tuileries Gardens and the Concorde.
Location: 20 rue Saint-Roch, Paris 1st – 01 42 60 17 42
Prices: 20 – 30EUR/person a la carte.