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Review: Smsll, intimate, welcoming, cosy - this quirky place just round the corner from the Pompidou filled up rapidly as we had our lunch, mostly with people who appeared to be regulars. I'd say there are 20 tables in there, slotted together to make a single long one so that the waitress has to pull one out to let the 'inside' person in. That can be a bit intimidating if you feel you want to get out to spend a penny! But it also adds to the character of the place and, unlike one earlier reviewer, I actually liked the communal feel when it had filled up. Food-wise, I can see why people should think this expensive, especially for a place which does not have the trappings of an expensive restaurant. But our (15 euro)lasagnas and salads were scrumptious, as was the fresh orange juice and coffee - the only real black mark being that some of the pieces of bread we were given were stale.