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Cuisine: Fish & Seafood
Contact: +33 1 4260 3607
Open Hours: Lunch: 12:30p-2:30p, Dinner: 7:30p-10:30p Tu-Sa
"Everything that comes from the sea" was the motto of this restaurant, opened in 1872 by Alfred Prunier. Today, Jean-Claude Goumard buys his products directly from small chartered boats and night fishermen. Despite its rather high prices, his restaurant remains one of the most popular in Paris. Try the grilled/poached Breton lobster, or line-caught bass with pan-roasted vegetables à la Sicilienne. Splendid cellar with a choice of 170 champagnes. Expect to spend EUR60-EUR90 dining à la carte. A set menu will cost you around EUR60.