One of the best restaurants in Paris.
The food is exquisite and the setting is charming. My wife and I arrived from Australia but booked well in advance as we wanted to sit by the fire for dinner. It was my wife's 50th. Nothing was too much trouble for the manager, Monsieur Guillaume Azoppardi. It was a busy night and our table was close to four lecturers from the Sorbonne. There were some tourists but mainly locals.
Re the menu - it's all good but be adventurous. The salmon carpacchio was divine as was the beef fillet and creme brulee. We had a Bridget Bardot look alike waitress who chose the wine and she chose very well. So much so, we had two bottles. The service was excellent.
While tourists will be attracted to the catacomb decor, don't be fooled. This is a serious, first class French restaurant.
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