Located close to Bastille - this restaurant is in a quiet street and despite its small size (approx 20 diners), the tables were nicely spaced and one wasn't forced to eavesdrop on your neighbouring table as most French restaurants are so tight. We made reservations way in advance and our table was a delightful window table. The restaurant is nicely decorated with interesting prints of half nude models on the walls - an interesting choice of what you look at while you eat! There are 3 different menus - 3 course, 5 course and full degustation at very reasonable prices. We opted for the 5 course (@ Euro 50 per head) and there was plenty to eat. The food was delicious - inventive, out of the box yet nothing so bizarre that you didn't know what you were eating. The chef obviously knows what he is doing and it was an experience waiting for each course to appear; knowing that each dish would hold some surprises. The wine list was acceptable & reasonably priced. We ordered our wine and a different year was brought to our table - we politely pointed this out and the waiter informed us that unfortunately the wine we ordered (2014) was out and they only had the 2015 vintage. He added that he would take Euro 5 off the bill and we gladly accepted. Unfortunately this wasn't reflected in our final bill and as the amount was not significant, we didn't query but decided that this little slip was not quite acceptable of a Michelin Starred restaurant and didn't leave a tip! Otherwise - all in all, a very nice experience and I would highly recommend as it is probably one of the most reasonably priced Michelin starred restaurants in Paris.
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