An Alain Ducasse bistro that's a 100 years old this year. The lunch set was at €36 TTC, 3 course with some amuse bouche and complimentary lapine-starter. It was quite filling especially with the generous portion for starters and dessert. I had the chicken liver terrine which was alright. Tasty if you like liver terrine. The fillet of merlan fish had a very heavy white wine reduction sauce served with vegetables which kinda complements and ehances the blandness (but very smooth) fish. Dessert was again another generous portion of savarin á l'Armagnac. Self-dousing of the liquor and really scrumptious vanilla whipped cream!! Yum! Had a side of escargot which was great but not mind-blowing.