French people describe this restaurant as one of the most French dining experiences you can enjoy in the city. That's for you to decide, but a dinner or lunch enjoyed out on this famous "secret... Read More
French people describe this restaurant as one of the most French dining experiences you can enjoy in the city. That's for you to decide, but a dinner or lunch enjoyed out on this famous "secret garden" patio is certain to leave you satisfied. The building the restaurant is housed in is a self-standing one around the corner from the Mus�e Guimet on Place d'I�na. For all this opulence, you would think there are prices to match. But on that you'd be mistaken, a dinner for two, without wine can be had for just under a hundred. Selections from the set dinner menu include a meat or a fish main, a starter of lobster (should luck have it) and a dessert that ranges from chocolate molten cake served with vanilla bean icecream or a almond pana cotta served with an iced emulsion of green tea.
- Fine Dining: "It's a building associated with the prestigious school, Les Arts et Metiers, whose American sister campus is MIT in Massachusettes.The patio dining lives up to its repuation. The enclosed garden offers not just beautiful views, but a sense of being in a secret garden right in the city."
- Best for Fine Dining Because: A gastronomic restaurant in a spectacular setting where your bill - lunch or dinner - will be a pleasant surprise.