Had a business lunch here with a Parisian client and it was impeccable. We were on a tight schedule so (unusual for France) they were able to accommodate and did not force us to spend several hours; rather, the service was tailored to our need.
The venue is lovely, light and well placed. I particularly liked the open kitchen downstairs which meant that various scents wafted throughout the restaurant.
Beautiful presentation - even the chips are served cleverly in Le Monde newspaper. The foie gras was divine as was the fish I ordered. Portions are reasonable too. Light as one finds at most high end restaurants but not skimpy.
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