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Posted: Wed Dec 28 2011
One of Paris' favourite fish restaurants, this was an oyster-house for more than a century when Michel Rostang took it over to create a sort of fish-brasserie and wet-fish stall, but bursting with chic style. The aqua awning lets you know you're there, while inside the wood panelling, and button-upholstered leather banquets lets you know you've arrived. Dishes are centred around fruits de mer, with menu items that include, starter of classic fish soup with aioli, mains like, depending on the catch, roast turbot, poached or roasted lobsters, as well as land dishes like wild duck with wood mushrooms. Large and quaffable wine list.