What the heck does that mean? Simple - this expansive brasserie takes up half of the corners on a small street in La Bastille and serves a mi-cuit (half-baked) chocolate that is worth the trip alone. I came here for lunch, not dessert, but just look at it - it's clearly the star of the show. One cut with the spoon and chocolate began to slide from within like dark lava. I could eat this over and over and never tire of it.
It made my tuna steak with veggies almost forgettable - and those were really good too. I've been back a few times for more lunches and mi-cuits and I've not been disappointed. I hear that one of the other benefits to this spot is the kitchen is continuously open (something Americans take for granted.)