We went here on recommendation of the Pocket Rough Guide to Paris (whose recommendations were all spot on BTW). L'Encrier was very reasonably priced, we took the lunch 'menu', with my wife choosing the 'confit de canard' (a duck dish) while I took the ray fish. All of the dishes were beautifully presented and cooked with great know-how and flair. We had an excellent white wine (Valencay) and lovely deserts. Overall it was an excellent eating experience and we will certainly go back next time we are in Paris.
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