It is hard to understand why this restaurant is so far down the Tripadvisor league table. It is deservedly inthe Guide Michelin and we visited as a result of a recommendation from Parisians living nearby.
It's not in the most fashionable district and the decor is perhaps too modern for tradionalists but the food is beautifully presented and not expensive (40 euro for 3 course table d'hote served in the evening). After an asparagus mousse amuse bouche one of us had (? too) finely sliced marinated raw fish and the other foie gras; the mains of calves liver and filet steak were beautifully cooked and the only disappointment was the use of tinned plums in my clafoutis dessert. The drinks were less well priced (38 euro for a Fleurie 2010) but the wine was served at a perfect temperature and an excellent example of this Beaujolais cru.
Service was friendly and efficient.
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