We wanted to have fondue one night while we were in Paris and found this place as we were wandering back to our hotel from Notre Dame. It is located on a little street with a lot of other restaurants, and this one seemed to be one of the few places that was really full. We had to wait outside the restaurant for a table, as the place is so small that they barely had room for tables. The kitchen is in the basement and they use a dumb waiter to haul the food up. The wait was not too long and we were soon sitting down. The waiter we had seemed to be the owner ("Robert" mentioned in other reviews?), and spoke many different languages. He was very friendly and very helpful. He helped us pick out which fondues we wanted and swiftly went about the business of getting our food.
The food, by the way, was fabulous. We had one cheese fondue and one meat. They were both excellent and just what we had in mind - an authentic non-tourist trap experience. We enjoyed the house wine at reasonable prices and came away from the restaurant pleasantly full and enchanted with the place. If only we had more time in Paris I would have gone back there the next night!
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