Can't comment on food as we were not able to eat there. Booked by email from Australia before we left for our anniversary, was told too far ahead, try again one month before. Did this, was 'accepted' & confirmed. Hard to find is an understatement, very drab frontage, tried to confirm upon our arrival in Paris, they didn't answer and no messages accepted, tried again next day, they were closed or so I assume.
Usual traffic/weather problems in Paris, walked, nearly ran to make the time, less than 10 mins late, was greeted by woman who said she had sent me an email and tried to phone (no such email and no phone messages were on my phone, so. ..) she said they didn't have any tables, no friendly approach, just no tables, booked out. Funny how the entire restaurant had one table with 2 people eating and no other people, at all, anywhere. Just how many times does one have to book to ensure they get to eat a meal there. We did the same for a place in London and there was no problem. We found a lovely restaurant which we returned to for a second time so perhaps these people need to remember that they are only one restaurant in a city full of them. I would suggest if a person books more than one month ahead, and then is prepared, because of the Management restrictions, to go to the trouble of waiting and rebooking the required one month ahead, this would mean they are serious about actually eating there. I have ticked that they accept reservations, but do they really?