The expression, “l’affaire est ketchup,” is unique to the province (or so claim the locals) and means “it’s all good” or “everything’s cool.” Rightly so at this boho slip of a restaurant (we are talking small and seriously homespun). You could walk past the half run-down exterior a few times, mistaking it for a soup kitchen. That’s just part of the charm. Inside, the chef whips up magic like duck magret or scallops with celeriac purée from a kitchen that makes an Easy Bake Oven look like a six-burner Viking. It was the city’s best-kept secret until American chef and TV host Anthony Bourdain brought the cameras around (but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try it).