We made a reservation here on the advice of a French friend who lives in Paris, and had an excellent dinner with dishes that were twists on traditional French cuisine. The fixed menu had around 5 or 6 choices for appetizers and entrees (30-something Euros, including dessert). I had a the raw mackerel starter and my wife had soup, both of which were delicious, and for entrees I had steak and my wife had sea bass -- again, both were delicious. The waiters were extremely friendly and helpful. The one unusual thing is that we were the only people eating there that night! Granted it was a Tuesday, but we had an 8:30 reservation and left around 10, and no one else came into the place. It was just so strange, as there were a number of restaurants nearby that all had people at them. Their loss, was what we decided, given how good our meal was. We shared this info with our friend, who was shocked, telling us how it's usually hard to get into and always packed. Would absolutely go back on another visit.
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