Greetings all, I've been lurking for a month or so as my upcoming trip to Paris approaches but this will be my inaugural post. I've seen some great info in the past so keeping my fingers crossed I'll get the same. I know some of what I'm asking has been answered to some degree in the past but I hope my question is sufficiently novel to not merit a "go and search for it".
Here's the situation: my fiancee is summering at a large firm in town and will be working much too late during the week for us to really enjoy any decent dinners Mon-Fri. As I'll only be there for a week that leaves Sunday night and the following Saturday night. We'll probably be hitting a lot of quick "bibs gourmands" type places for lunches within walking/quick cab distance from her office.
My selection criteria:
1) Open for dinner on Sunday night
2) Memorable setting
3) One Michelin Star or equivalent level cooking (I know Michelin isn't the only barometer out there)
4) 250 euro max (including at least one glass of wine/champagne each)
I've compiled a list of five and I'm hoping for any feedback on them, both good and bad, but preferably recent experiences. Also, if you have any suggestions that fit the criteria but that I've missed please advise. Thank you in advance for any assistance!
1) Le Violon d'Ingres
3) Les Tablettes de Jean-Louis Nomicos
5) La Grande Cascade
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