We had tried this place's soup after a food walking tour which featured their french onion soup, and it was a great meal. We grabbed two empty seats outside, and were eventually greeted (in France, they don't live by the US's policy of speedy service). Wait staff spoke enough English to get by, and we had great service, though at the typical slower French pace, which you will get used to. We had some more onion soup, and ordered the filet and the duck confit. I didn't think I would like duck, but was determined to try it, since so many menus offer it and other people rave about it. The filet was good, but only on par with some of the many steakhouses we have in the US. The duck, on the other hand, was the show-stopper. Not only was it not gamy like I was fearing, it was better than the steak. My wife loved it too, and we were really glad to have tried it. We had a great bottle of white to go with the meals, and were too full for dessert. The check came in at 80 euros, and we added a gratuity (you just tell your waiter what you want to change the total to). While tips are never totally necessary in Paris, they are appreciated and pretty common (10% is plenty). We will return to this place next time in Paris.
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