The restaurant occupies what used to be "Le Cabaret de Madame Grégoire", whose guests included Victor Hugo, Chateaubriand and other bon vivants. Today, a more collected clientele can enjoy French Southwestern cuisine (Basque-Béarnaise specialities) like duck foie gras (fresh or in splendid "terrines"). There are 3 different fixed-price "menus". I suggest the "dégustation", which provides a 4 course meal for EUR 39. OK, not a bargain, but it's well worth it. By the way, don't miss the Etchegorry salad (yes, a salad!). Even if you (like myself) would never even consider to order vegetables when in Paris.
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