Lunch in this quaint brasserie just a stone's throw from the main station.
The interior is typical brasserie-style: very rustic, high ceilings, wood panels.
The menu is also typical brasserie-style with a bit of a hip twist to it.
The waiters wear their own T-shirts, which may come across like easy-going and "alternative".
Nothing out of the ordinary.
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