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skigirl | May 29, 201811:09 PM    

I am very excited to be planning the dinners for my upcoming 50th birthday girls' trip to Paris. We have a bunch of things already booked (L'Arcane, La Condesa, Frenchie, Josephine Chez Dumonet...) and am working on tying up the last of our reservations. I read John Talbot's favorable blog review of Savarin la Table from last year, but am having trouble finding more current info. Anyone have any newer intel? It looks lovely. And, while I know they're very different, how would one compare it to Arnaud Nicolas in terms of ambiance, if not in terms of food? Merci beaucoup!

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