Café des Pyrénées
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Lonely Planet review
With its mix of wine-quaffing lefties, generation-of-68ers and beer-loving students, this lovely Bohemian joint feels like a Parisian cafe-bar. It serves toasted snacks. Service can be hit and miss, but the atmosphere makes up for it.