I was a bit disappointed to see that the menu has tilted toward North American tastes - In fact, virtually everyone in the restaurant was anglophone. Gone are the tartines-salades and the big bottles of vinaigrette that Cuisine de Bar used to sell. There was no little salad alongside my tartine, and the selection of tartines was quite restricted. The apple tart was not what I would call an apple tart - more of a doughy patisserie with a bit of apple in the middle,—we were not the only ones who thought they were getting a classic tart, such as the ones in strawberry and raspberry. The Tarte Tatin on the other hand, was delicious. It's still a very nice little place for breakfast and lunch but has been overwhelmed by too many tourists, who seem to have driven out the locals. Thus, some of the charm is gone.
Too plain, not so cheap, friendly people