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La Table du Lancaster, and the surrounding neighborhood

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La Table du Lancaster, and the surrounding neighborhood

fishskis | Jan 26, 2013 06:32 PM

I am staying at The Lancaster for a portion of an upcoming trip to Paris (though I rarely stay in this part of town, as it is not my favorite part of the city).

Has anyone been to La Table du Lancaster? Would you recommend it for lunch or for dinner? It appears that it may be a nice modern one star, though somewhat overpriced?

Additionally, I would love recommendations for any places nearby that might be good. Small, interesting, new, non-Champs-Élysées-touristy, great bistros or one stars, and one or two high end places. I will probably return to Gagnaire for lunch, though I did not enjoy my last experience there. Or come to think of it, maybe Guy Savoy might be better choice that is not too far. Ay current experiences with each of these for their lunch pix fixe menus?

Thank you.

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