This former crèmerie, with its tiled floor and dark oak bar, hints to a bygone era. But Camille Fourmont keeps things fresh with a carefully selected list of natural wines, locally brewed beer and a creative yet classic selection of small plates to go alongside—from foie gras to Aubrac sausage to sardines.
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- good wine
- natural wine
- bar food
What to drink
Wines by the glass are inexpensive and worth digging into if you don't want to commit to a full bottle.
Since the space is tiny (room for 15 max, tiny) if you want to be sure of a spot, plan to come early.
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