I spent some time in Paris with a bunch of friends and we ate at many quite incredible restaurants and this ranks among the best of them. We climbed twisty steep narrow stairs to get to our table on the second floor. The restaurant is in a 17th century building and takes beautiful advantage of the rustic surroundings. The menu is changed with regularity so was written on a chalkboard. Our lovely server was happy to translate it for those of us who's French was rusty. I don't quite recall what everyone else had but I had a lovely white fish layered over root vegetables with a delicious sauce. The presentation was beautiful. And for dessert, I ordered the Cafe Gourmand - when in Paris it's the best way to have dessert. It included a pistachio creme brulee, chocolate truffles, madelaines and a macchiato. Everything was quite beautifully plated - creative menu. Delicious. Highly recommended!
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