Walls at this 1930s eatery are crammed with gilt-edged mirrors, golden cherubs, old posters and paintings, while crystal chandeliers hang from the ceiling which itself is topped by a magnificent Art Deco glass roof signed by Jacques Simon. Authentic bistro-style food adorns the plates, with daily specials including dishes such as quail breast or poached salmon in a creamy leek sauce. Desserts are regional favorites (like ice cream with the famous biscuits roses de Reims), and the selection of Champagnes is extensive—there's a good choice of red Coteaux Champenois wines, too. The café is a few minutes by foot from the cathedral and popular among locals, so it's best to reserve a table in advance. Request one inside as the terrace looks out over a tramline. Lunch only is served Tuesday to Friday; on Saturdays lunch and dinner are available.