It doesn't hurt to be located on one of the most charming squares in Paris, but this bistro is more than just a pretty face. It is also friendly, and the dynamic team in the kitchen shows great sensitivity in its use of ingredients whether in the simple salade d'apinards au chevre, the thon la provencal, or well-executed standards such as rougets grilles la tapenade and daube provencale. As for desserts, the blanc-mange au citron is smooth and subtle. The heady wines are from the Cotes de Rousillon and Luberon. Book ahead, but it's first-come-first-serve for tables on the leafy terrace.