Superb, unpretentious brasserie cooking has earned this charming little restaurant a good reputation over the years, and they've had the sense to not go tinkering with a winning formula. The signature french onion soup is still on the menu (alongside a revolving cast of grilled ribeye, slow-roast pork belly and tons of other tried and tasty favourites). Le Gueuleton has a very New York kind of vibe, and they don't take reservations, such is the demand for their simple, no-nonsense dishes. Occasionally, regulars complain about inconsistencies, but it doesn't seem to deter them one bit. The food and wine are keenly priced. Good fun and the perfect place for a loud and opinionated group of friends.