In this large, rustic, two-floor restaurant, you can enjoy a light meal of a salad or indulge in heartier fare such as mussels, fish, or steak (horse meat is a specialty here). Despite its size, there's something almost cozy about the place. Patrons frequently read newspapers as they eat at the long bar. They do a nice crispy salad with marinated goat's cheese, bacon, and a honey dressing; and if you regularly take your steak raw, chopped, mixed with raw onions, and served with a béarnaise sauce, then you should love it here.