Le Mâchon d’Henri
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Le Mâchon d’Henri information
Lonely Planet review
Feisty French staples at this tiny, jam-packed bistro might include Lyonnais boudin noir aux pommes (black pudding with apples), Jura saucisse de Morteau (a type of sausage) and lentils or tripe cooked Caen-style.