Le Cheverus Café
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Le Cheverus Café information
In a city full of neighbourhood bistros, this one, smack in the city centre, is one of the most impressive. It's friendly, cosy and chaotically busy (be prepared to wait for a table at lunchtime). The food tastes fresh and home-cooked and it dares to veer slightly away from the bistro standards of steak and chips.
The lunch menus, which include wine, are an all-out bargain. In the early evening the bistro morphs into something of a tapas bar.