May 7, 2010. Cafe Hugo, Place des Vosges, Paris, France. After a full day at the Louvre, we headed home, refreshed ourselves and headed for Cafe Hugo for a late lunch/early dinner. We started off with Soupe a l'oignon "maison." Eleanor asked the waiter what kind of steak is "Entrecote." He pointed to his ribs, but couldn't think of the English word. He pointed to the next table of young ladies, and said "Ask them. They speak English." They called it a rump steak, and said it is very good. The waiter was actually correct. Entrecote translates to "rib steak." Eleanor ordered Entrecote poelee Bernaise. My choice was Cote de Boerf. We each ate half and then switched plates. Total cost of the meal was 52.10 Euros ($70.33 U.S. dollars) plus an extra 2 euros for our good waiter. He was excellent.