I've been to Toi about a half dozen times and enjoyed it every time. I've been for lunch and dinner, but prefer the dinner scene. The food is expensive, but if you can use thefork.com, then it's reasonable.
The whole lobster is really good and a challenge to eat. :) I usually get the melon with port wine. It's a very interesting presentation with the middle of the melon cut out and the port poured in. They usually have a slow cooked lamb or pork that hits the mark as well.
On weekends they have a great DJ that has a different "genre" depending on the night. We were there for an 80's night once, and it was a lot of fun.
Cocktails are expensive, so drink wine if you don't want to spend that much.
This is not a traditional paris restaurant. It's trendy and modern. If you are looking for traditional, go somewhere else. If you are looking for upbeat music with good looking people, go here.
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