Behind a discreet door on the Rue St. Croix-de-Seguey, this intimate space of white curtains and bleached plank floors also offers a gracious brick-paved terrace out back - all a romantic, low-key stage for Denis Franc's contemporary works of culinary art (so creative they've won a Michelin star) such as salted turbot with aromatic oils, fried lobster, ravioli with green apple sauce and frozen raspberry-basil yogurt. If you don't know where to start, there is a splendid tasting menu of four to eight dishes, all expertly paired with the finest French wines. Reservations recommended.
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