Yam'Tcha or Agapé Substance for lunch ?
I heading to Paris for a few days visiting family; I might have only 1 restaurant meal.
I don't want to do bistro or "comfort food" as we already have ton of that in Montreal.
I'm looking at those 2 restaurants.
- Yam'Tcha: more asian influence ?
- Agapé Substance: more "precise" cuisine" ?
My only point of reference that could be close to those 2 restaurants is "Passage 53" ( I liked that very much) and from what I can read on the web, is that they would be close in style and substance. (except maybe the decor? which I don't care too much).
I think Passage 53 is very good; I thoroughly enjoyed my dinner there. Agape Substance was fantastic; I liked it much more than Passage 53, and it was a far superior value. (Also, I rarely complain about small portions, but my meal at Passage 53 was definitely on the light side, bordering on not enough food, Agape Substance was the opposite of this.).
I have never been able to get a table at Yam'Tcha, after trying many times through many hotels, and on my own, with plenty of notice, so I have given up on them.