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Trying To Branch out in Paris for a Sat dinner: Lasserre? Rostang?

kirk wallace | Oct 21, 200201:15 PM     6

I would deeply appreciate any recent impressions of the 2 stars whose cooking is based (more or less) on traditional preparations. I am loooking for a place that's not too romantic or formal and ideally would have a special place in its culinary heart for game in season (i am looking for late november). The other catch is that it has to be open for dinner on Sat night. My usual pick for this sort of meal is carre des feuillantes, but it seems they are closed the particular saturday in question.

alternatively, what of Bath's or Passiflore? (i liked, but not loved, L'Astrance and Hiramatrsu a bit less so.)

thanks felow hounds.

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