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Thankfully, no reservations are needed. This is great as this is a type of restaurant that one could become a regular of. In winter, their cocottes hit the spot! Also, a great option if you're dining alone as they have a nice counter (if you choose).
Near the Ségur metro is the pâtisserie Sadaharu Aoki. If you're still recovering from a multi-course meal the night before, you may opt for their menu Obento. 6 small savory portions are offered, before they bring out a tray of dessert options.
Plan on coming here for Sunday lunch as many restaurants are closed on Sundays. This restaurant's bibimbap meal comes with ban chan, a soup, and different types of bibimbap. If you need gochujang or kimchee (to make the bibimbap more spicier), ask them. They provide it for free. It's a place where I would be happy to bring French friends as it's tailored nicely for a milder palate.
This restaurant offers fantastic ramen in large, generous bowls. When you see the place is full of Japanese people, it makes me think that this may be the real deal. Their midi formule includes a bowl of ramen with gyozo. I also recommend you try their green tea. Wonderful!
The place has no sign. The awning is gone. When you walk by, don't be alarmed. Yes, this unpretentious restaurant is Le Chateaubriand. Dinner is composed of one menu, a 'menu unique' for 50€ . 10-11 plates may come out, first a series of amuse bouchee and then the others. Such satisfying dishes!