The closest you can get to having a French family cook for you. In the world of hyper choice, it is pleasant to come in and be surprised by whatever Bertrand has cooked up that day. Would that the idea of buying fabulous wines with only a 7 euro corking fee catch on all over-I'd be living in a much bigger NYC apartment. In any case, Les Papilles certainly treats your tastebuds and wallet well. The idea of a chef actually being in a restaurant and focussing on cooking one meal for his guests is just so impossibly charming, as is Bertrand, that you can't help but being wowed. All the food was scrumptious and we drank a much higher class of wine than we typically do, which really makes this one of the best places to eat and drink in Paris, period.
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