Quiet, relaxed patio seating (or tight inside seating in the fall/winter). Menu is typical Marseille. I believe they grow the lettuce for their salads in their rooftop garden, but I may have just assumed that because they have a rooftop garden. Calamari is fresh not fried; delicious. The bruschetta are hit or miss. Service is very French, so just enjoy relaxing and don’t be in a big rush. Lunch is served roughly 12pm-2pm, afterwards I believe it’s drinks only as the kitchen closes. I notice lots of tourists leave upset because they feel that the service is slow or they want to order drinks at the wrong hour, but they just don’t understand French lunches. If your expectation is to relax and have a delicious meal and a rosé at leisure, this is your place.
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