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Nov 3, 2006 07:53 PM

Lasserre or other "traditional" French?

Anyone with thoughts/comments/reviews of Lasserre in the 8th? We have been to Lucas Carton (RIP) and Le Grand Vefour. Hoping for an evening of fine dining, good wine & a memorable experience.

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  1. If you're looking for a truly grande-luxe, $$$-no-object, traditional evening, you should consider Taillevent or L'Ambroisie as well as, or instead of, Lasserre.

    1. Lasserre is my wife's favorite restaurant in Paris. It is romantic in the extreme, tables widely spaced, attentive staff and great food topped off by the moveable roof. Great theater!
      This one the few highly rated spots that do not cater to tourists; the times we have been there we were the only English speaking diners.