Always friendly and fast, this little café is a fantastic place to have a quick lunch or snack and the food is incredibly good and amazingly inexpensive. The crave-worthy mache salad with poached egg and lardon is a definite favorite and the burgers at Le Basile may be the best in Paris.
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