chapter  36
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Here you will find a pleasant open-air terrace on the pavement and a large menu card listing a great variety of dishes. There is no palais atmosphere about this inexpensive and friendly cafe-bistro run by the Perrot family. When I inquired from Monsieur Perrot what his specialites were, he hesitated and said Escargots de Bourgogne, Quenelles de Brochet au Gratin, and Pied de Porc Saint-Menehould. Then he told me about his Com on the Cob (in French, Mais jrais, poche).