Le T'chiot Zinc
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18 rue de Noyon · interesting places nearby
Le T'chiot Zinc information
Inviting, bistro-style decor reminiscent of the belle époque provides a fine backdrop for the tasty French and Picard cuisine, including fish dishes and caqhuse (pork in a cream, wine vinegar and onion sauce). The proper, Picard pronunciation of the restaurant's name is 'shtyoh-zang'.