We passed by this restaurant for years but never went in so decided to go for lunch on Easter Sunday. The place was packed and we had to wait to be seated and it was 2.30pm. I thought this was a good sign. The place is nicely decorated in Alsatian style. My husband and I had the choucroute strasbourgeoise and our daughter moule frite. I have eaten many choucroutes as it is common in the part of France I come from. Well, it was a disappointment as it was bland. The variety of meats should make this dish very tasty but it lacked flavours. We tried, we won't go back. For a good choucroute, I would recommend brasserie Bofinger near Bastille.
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