We found out about this gem a little too late to make a reservation. We decided to cross our fingers and show up at 7pm when they opened. The nice host was nice enough to squeeze us in and was up front and said our table was reserved at 8:30, which was fine. We were eating with our two young daughters, who loved the fondue and raclette...and chocolate fondue for dessert. We also enjoyed the Creme Brûlée. We ate downstairs, which includes two small dining areas with arched ceilings lined with stone. A very nice experience. Definitely recommend making a reservation, as I think we totally lucked out getting in without one. The host made our trip to Paris by finding us a table. I don’t think I have ever seen a wait staff working so hard.
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