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Recommendations for "French by a Japanese chef" restaurants

andygottlieb | Jun 7, 201503:14 PM     81

Returning to Paris for the last 10 days of June. These type of restaurants seem to be my wife's favorite, and as I drag he with me to Septime and David Toutain, I try to find them for her. Two years ago we went to Kei and Sola, based on JT's reviews. Thought Kei was good, thought Sola was very very good - but not quite a "must return."

Having done most of my research this time, it looks like Restaurant A.T is the one not to miss. If we were to go to a second one in this style, what would you recommend? Right now deciding between Nakatani, Restaurant Pages and Les Enfants Rouges, but would welcome other choices as well. We go to these at lunchtime, if that makes a difference in the recommendations.

Thanks in advance.

Les Enfants Rouges
Restaurant Pages
NAKATANI RESTAURANT
Restaurant Kei
Restaurant David Toutain
Septime
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