solo dining at Le Bristol for lunch?
I will be without my travel mate for a lunch and I would like to go to Le Bristol for a nice lunch. Anyone have any experience dining solo? I have rarely encountered any problems dining solo at fine restuarants, but have had the occasional bad experience where I was seated in a corner and forgotten about. Looking to do a great lunch at a 2 or 3 star if anyone has other suggestions that might better sutie a solo diner.
Great timing - you'll be in the summer room overlooking the garden. However, it can be a hushed environment if there are few diners. If you find the quiet awkward, request a magazine or newspaper from the waiter or manager. Like rswatkins noted, they're very accommodating. One side note - although I enjoy their set lunches, it doesn't come close to the magic performed by the kitchen during a tasting or selections from the a la carte menu: stuffed macaroni, whiting, bresse hen, etc..