If you want to beat the lunch crowd and have the place a bit more to yourself, get here around 2. I did so and the tables next to me on either side were vacant and the upstairs dining room kept clearing out slowly as I ate. Me and my friend ordered a whole gaggle of plates that amounted to an approximately $100 lunch for the both of us, but it was well worth it. The waitstaff were completely gracious and had no issue conversing in English with us. We ordered the foie gras, pumpkin soup, soft boiled egg covered in bread crumbs, pork chop, artichoke salad, chocolate tarte, and ile flottant. Everything was amazing (minus the chocolate tarte, which was too rich IMO). I think this is a great starting point in discovering Constant's dining empire. Enjoy!
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