This restaurant is located in the art district and had an attractive appearance for visitors. Inside we got a modern light wooden design that was similar to related restaurants in New York. We had to request that the wild music be turned down as the ambiance was more like a Tribeca bar. The menu was somewhat limited and expensive although the servers were hospitable and helpful. The "frites" were not up to French quality standards and the hamburger (first one I have had in Paris) wasn't worth the price. There are too many other good restaurants in the neighborhood to make this a priority stop.
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