This bargain-priced bistro's offerings verge on mediocrity: a dry burger without flavor, a not-very-witty combo of baby octopus and squid-ink linguine without even a speck of sauce, pallid vegetable soup, and worst of all, fries dusted with flour prior to cooking, which improves appearance at the expense of flavor. The best dishes fall within the bistro's tiny Lyonnaise menu: tripes stewed home-style in tomato sauce and chewy blood sausage sided with decent mashed potatoes. Open 24 hours.
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