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by wasa girl
May 15, 2011
From journal Five Days In Paris
by Louisa W. Hansen
July 24, 2004
We were there twice during our trip. The first time, we were invited by a friend, a local. Even though we didn't have a reservation, we got a wonderful table right away. The waiters there are extremely friendly, unlike many Parisian restaurants where friendly service is not something to be expected.
There is a smoking and non-smoking section, which was a great convenience because I am allergic to smoke.
The menu has a great number of choices of appetizers, entrées and desserts. They also have a long wine list. For seafood aficionados, they can try the seafood dinner that comes in a huge platter of oysters, clams, crabs, shrimps and much more.
I ordered from a set menu, which included an appetizer that consists of an assortment of clams, oysters and mussels. Then for the entrée, I had baked lobster with white butter sauce, and my husband had crayfish. All of these were succulent in taste and presented in the most professional way.
Another time we ordered escargots -- my first time. Even though they are considered appetizers, the waiter gave no qualm about us ordering only that for dinner. In fact, they were so good we made an extra order.
From journal Paris Honeymoon