Weird name; great food. This back-alley bistro near place Crillon is a strong local's tip. It's very French, but borrows flavours and spices freely: smoked hake with pear compôte, perhaps, or one-pot veal in a rich, oozy sauce. There's not much space, though: definitely elbows-in dining. The €16 lunch menu includes two courses, a glass of wine and coffee.