We had a difficult time finding out when this restaurant is open and once we had a reservation - actually finding the restaurant.It is on a very tiny street which is difficult to find at night. As we sat eating our meal, we saw taxis driving by, missing the address. Even people who were walking would pass by and then backtrack once they realized they had walked by the bistro. As of the day we had dinner there (March 7, 2011), it was open for dinner only from 7 - 10:30 pm, Monday through Friday. There are no lunch or weekend hours.
It is a small bistro and reservations are a must. There is a choice of only two entrees and two plats. We both had crab ravioli for the starter and halibut with vegetables for the main couse. The other choices that day were Japanese style (raw) beef for the starter and duck for the main course. We did not have dessert. With a bottle of wine, the meal cost 104 €, including tip. The food was very tasty and the service was professional. It was one of our better meals we had in Paris.
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