Jamin is one of those restaurants beloved by its loyal clientele, most of whom live and/or work in the neighborhood. So much so that it doesn't need to shout out its existence and therefore sort of... Read More
Jamin is one of those restaurants beloved by its loyal clientele, most of whom live and/or work in the neighborhood. So much so that it doesn't need to shout out its existence and therefore sort of just quietly does its brisk lunch (and dinner) business churning out satisfied diners day after day. The restaurant sits demurely on the lovely quintessential 16th arrondissement rue de Longchamp which is just a couple blocks off from the Trocadéro and Palais Chaillot.
Chef David Legrand mostly sticks to classic French but throws in some world inspiration every now and again such as with his crispy prawns served with a sesame vinaigrette. The free-range chicken is a winner and the service is efficient. This is a good choice if you have a fixed (limited) amount of time to dine for lunch or dinner but still desire an excellent meal for a reasonable price.
At this great eatery, you can sample exquisite haute cuisine at a fair price. Among the temptations are saddle of lamb and sea bass with pistachios. A terrific wine selection also promises apt complements. Reservations recommended. Business dressy attire. METRO: Trocadéro