From The Peninsula's website:
Pierrot Gourmet "features specialty coffees, teas, European wines, spectacular tartines, salads, fresh rotisserie chickens, sandwiches and pastries. The natural wood interior complements warm terracotta tones inside, with al fresco dining in fine weather providing the ideal backdrop for an impressive breakfast, lunch or dinner."
If you've never had tarte flambé, it is the Alsatian answer to the pizza.
Pierrot Gourmet does not take reservations. Please arrive on time and we will try to sit together at the long tables in the middle of the cafe or al fresco if weather permits.