La Grangette is so named because it really is an authentic "little barn". It's a charmingly converted farm building, long and narrow, with three big rooms. Traditional cuisine is served, including local specialties such as homemade carbonade, pot'je, chicken with Maroilles cheese, Jambonneau a la Jeanlain, etc. The owner, Pascale, also recommends the Ch'tiramisu, brioche French toast (eggy bread) and home-made profiteroles. A typical local meal, served in a traditional, rustic decor, around a wood-burning fireplace. More of an inn than a pub, La Grangette does not organise entertainment. There's a big terrace to enjoy on sunny days, and a garden the children will love.