I loved Jamin back in my glory years. It was small, elegant and very charming. It continued a wonderful legacy even after the Robuchon years when Jamin carried two stars. Unfortunately, like many of my venerable institutions, it closed as my years advanced so damn rapidly.
Now, I think I heard it may have opened again in its former location in the 16th. Is this true? Has any one been there and tasted the cooking?
According to Pudlowski, it was opened by two veterans of La Butte Chaillot.
What do you Parisian experts know? I'm dying to find out. Thanks so much.