This restaurant is named after Selen, the Greek goddess of the moon, and the food it serves up will put you over the moon! Delicious French cuisine ... More
This restaurant is named after Selen, the Greek goddess of the moon, and the food it serves up will put you over the moon! Delicious French cuisine prepared with authentic Mediterranean spices will leave you craving more. There is also a reasonably-priced wine list and an upstairs dining area. With its soft background music and warm ambience, Selen is the ideal place for a romantic date.
In Paris for only four days, we chose this restaurant twice for dinner.
The food was delicious, and while there was only one egetarian option, it was supurb.
Our waiter, Frank, was perfect. He was patient and happy to help with the menu. Fluent in English he did not make us feel bad at our butchering of the French menu. At the end of our second night he was even kind enough to help us book a cab to the airport the next morning.
The restaurant was small, quirky, and warm. A painting of Selen covers one large wall.
I would gladly return to Selen, and have reccomended it to friends traveling to Paris.
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