The place is quite anonymous. There’s nothing striking about it, despite the bistro atmosphere and kindness of the owner. But yet the place is known by le Tout-Paris, through word of mouth…of course. All you have to do is look at the slates hanging on the walls.
To start with, you’ll enjoy the ample choice of exceptional regional charcuteries and cheeses. You’ll go into raptures about the crunchy bread served with the dishes from the nearby bakery Julien because, as you know, the bread can make or break the meal. For the main course, we recommend a traditional cuisine like a beef cheek and veal blanquette. Le coude a coude is special since here every single dish is exceptionally fresh and tasty, without fail.