We came here our last night in town and could hardly have asked for a better send-off. We ate rather early by Parisian standards (we were the first dinner customers of the evening, in fact) because we had an early flight the next day but were warmly welcomed nevertheless. My wife had the artichoke tarte as a starter and loved it. I had the parmesan revioles du dauphiné au gratin, also delicious. My wife's duck breast was a winner as was my quail en casserole. We were too full for dessert, but the vieille prune (plum brandy) ceratinly hit the spot. The place is small, so reservations are a good idea. It's not cheap (130 Euro for two courses, although around 54 Euro of that was drinks) but also not outrageous for Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
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