Rue du Nord (North street), a street in Luxembourg City that I have passed by god only knows how many times when walking on Rue du marché-aux-Herbes (that would mean Market of Herbs street), past the Palais (the Palace), and usually turning left on Rue du Cure (cure is cure, no translation needed) to head to the library or a café.
Until last Saturday it never occurred to me to enter the street, maybe because I have never seen any life there before. And if you stand at the other end of it, by Rue du Fossé (you want me to translate that too? okay, fossé means a ditch or a gap), you basically just see a construction site, which doesn't exactly look inviting.
Back to the people sitting outside. There was something about their demeanour that lured me into the street. They looked relaxed and when I spotted cups of coffee I was sold. I know, I'm so easy!
An unpretentious place and staff with humour - I already like it.
Now I just have to go there with a friend to enjoy a meal and coffee and of course I will report back to you.