The restaurant was not very full when we arrived but quickly filled up and there were a number waiting when we left. As usual the service was very friendly and the food was extremely good. The onion soup gratinee is always first rate here and today was no exception. It was very hot and the first thing to do is to carefully make an opening on one side and lower the level of the broth which was very tasty. The broth soaked bread was very deep indeed and the whole bowl was very filling in itself.
Mary had scallops as her main course and I had Echine de porc confit (pork loin) which was very tender.
We made a side trip to pick up a final baguette from Diva et Chocolat and to say au revoir. They mentioned that they may not be here when/if we return as they are thinking of moving to her home in Reunion where it is 30 at the moment.
It rained for the rest of the day.