We had a lovely meal here. We had no reservation, but were able to get a table in the front room, perhaps reserved for those lacking reservations. We started with three of the small plates, including an artichoke dip, a plate of gambas and a plate of charcuterie. The gambas were excellent, the charcuterie good, but we were disappointed with the artichoke dish, which the waiter had specifically recommended. Two of us shared a roasted duck dish that was stunningly delicious. The roasted potatoes accompanying the dish were equally succulent. One of us had the venison, and another had a lamb cous-cous. Both were excellent and the sides were as well. The venison was more beefy than I remember venison being in the states, but it was definitely delicious. The deserts were fine as well. The waiter, on learning we are American, was a little too solicitous, perhaps, regaling us with conversation about the states and other topics. Not typical of a Parisian waiter and it began to interfere with our own conversation. Perhaps he thought that Americans enjoy extensive conversation with the waiter, as commonly occurs in the states. But he was definitely very pleasant. Overall the food was super and the experience was very good as well.
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