When the oysters are this fresh, who needs anything else? That's the philosophy of this bright 14-seat restaurant with crisp white tablecloths and pleasant service, popular with the area's glitterati. If you find yourself puzzling over the relative merits of fines de claires, spéciales, and pousses en claires, you can always go with the €27 prix fixe that includes a glass of Charentais, a dozen No. 3 (medium) oysters, and coffee—or ask the knowledgeable
waiters for advice. You can supplement this simplest of meals with shrimp and perhaps a slice of freshly made fruit pie. Because of the lack of space, there's a minimum order of a dozen oysters per person.
Oct 20, 2013
They had one of the worst service you can possibly imagine. A place to go if you want to learn how un-mannered can be a never traveled Parisian. It's a shame for the many nice French people we met, specially out of Paris. If someone in the group don't wont to eat 12 oysters, the ask you to go away.