Café Les Alliés
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Café Les Alliés information
It doesn’t look like much on the outside but inside a cosy, warm restaurant with creaky timber floors winds out back towards a pleasant summer garden. At the front is the café. Some imaginative salads precede mains like steak de veau poêlé au jus d’abricots (pan-cooked steak in apricot sauce).