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L'Astrance: ok for single diner?

phedre Mar 8, 2008 06:56 PM

I'm heading to Europe for a few weeks in April, and looking for one outstanding dinner. My research has pointed me towards L'Astrance, but I wanted to check with you all on the atmosphere: would it be ok for a single woman travelling alone to go there, or would it be uncomfortable?

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    rrems RE: phedre Mar 8, 2008 08:09 PM

    In Europe, single diners are rarely a problem. A sophisticated restaurant like Astrance will not have any problem with it. And by the way that is an excellent choice. I have had lunch there and it is spectacular. I would expect dinner to be even more so.

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      David W RE: phedre Mar 14, 2008 03:23 PM

      You'd best call soon if you wish to eat there.
      And you won't be too alone-there are so many courses, and if you include a wine pairing you'll have frequent visits to your table...and they are all more than happy to talk about the food and the wine. It's quite wonderful.

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        thompkin RE: phedre Mar 24, 2008 03:17 PM

        Tried two weeks ago to obtain a reservation in late April/early May and struck out.
        Good luck

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