"Good food at the right price. Not expensive, though not cheap, it's delicious and healthy. The menu doesn't change, which is a plus for me, a creature of habit: You can get breakfast omelets, crepes, etc. They have good cafe, tea and juices.
It differs from Amanouz in that the food is less Mediterranean, and more French. So there is less emphasis on falafel, hummus and pita, and more emphasis on yummy euro-centric dishes, including baguettes, stews, lentils, eggs, crepes and the rest. The restaurant itself is clean looking, with a good atmosphere and always an open seat, a nice perk of being off main street, yet still in the heart of downtown."
-Yelp.com review by user Matthew Z.