We had the degustation lunch at Passage 53. Give yourself a few extra minutes to locate it, as it is out of the way down an interesting set of passages off rue Vivienne. The meal was original, with some remarkable dishes, some a bit less so. Service was great, friendly and unpretentious. They were accommodating of a couple of our food restrictions. It is worth going up the tiny spiral staircase to the bathrooms, just to also see the quite small kitchen that produces such an amazing set of dishes. Expensive but worth it for a special Paris treat.
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