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Lasserre Restaurant 17 Ave, F.D. Roosevelt Paris

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intrepid3591 Jan 2, 2013 11:41 AM

any feedback on this restaurant pls-thx

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    Oakglen Jan 3, 2013 10:55 AM

    A former favorite, the prix-fixe lunch was a good deal. Lunch menu is now 80 euros, but they are only open two days per week at midday and the options are few. Dress tends to be on the formal side, and they do not "encourage" tourists, in my experience. Still, for a special occasion, it belongs on a short list.

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      intrepid3591 Jan 3, 2013 12:43 PM

      ok thx, doesnt sound like my kind of place- many thx

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        John Talbott Jan 4, 2013 02:29 AM

        Give us some examples of what is your sort of place because i was hesitant to reply to your query because for some wealthy nostalgia buffs places like Lasserre are wonderful trips back to the 1960's.

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          intrepid3591 Jan 4, 2013 03:20 AM

          hi, we have enjoyed ze kitchen agllerie( I beleive thanks to you John), les bouquinestes, and up to apicius. but want places more like ze kitchen gallerie please many thx

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            John Talbott Jan 4, 2013 12:54 PM

            May I suggest Les Degres de Notre Dame and H. Kitchen as well as Clandestino all amply covered in an essay on Japanese chefs Storm etc.

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              intrepid3591 Jan 4, 2013 01:40 PM

              many thx John

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                intrepid3591 Jan 5, 2013 10:04 AM

                H.Zitchen not found pls????

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                  John Talbott Jan 5, 2013 12:19 PM

                  Sure.
                  6.2 H Kitchen, 18 Rue Mayet (Metro: Duroc) in the 6th, 01.45.66.51.57, closed Sunday and Monday; Pictures are elsewhere.

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          f2dat06 Jan 12, 2013 09:20 PM

          "and they do not "encourage" tourists"
          My experience is counter to this. Had a reservation there about 3 years ago. Air France lost our luggage, about 5 days into the trip still had no decent clothes. I called to cancel and told them the reason. They said absolutely no problem, come on anyway. Went on, felt a bit out of place in a sweatshirt and nylon pants. They gave me a jacket to wear and treated us like kings.

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            PhilD Jan 13, 2013 02:52 AM

            Good to hear - my experience of three stars is much the same. They have standards but the better it is, the less snotty it is, and they will work with you.

            That said if your lifestyle POV is never to conform, then don't. But don't expect a three star to be accommodating. Horses for courses and all that.......

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