Our hotel made reservations for us at Le Florimond on a Monday evening for 8:30PM. Very close to the Rue Cler, the restaurant is pretty small, but the atmosphere and experience were great. There was no English menu; however, the (I think) owner came by and asked what questions we had if any and was willing to help overcome any translation barriers we had. My husband started with escargot and I had foie gras terrine. My foie gras was excellent. My husband thought the escargot were average, but the rest of the meal was outstanding. For my main dish I had the duck confit with potatoes, and my husband had a beef dish which included a little stew. Both our mains were fabulous and quite filling. I had never had duck confit outside of the U.S. before and this did not disappoint and blew anything I've had at home out of the water. We (reluctantly) shared a dessert platter (we were already full), which had an assortment of delectable goodies for us to enjoy. I think my favorite was the strawberry creme brulee, but honestly it was all very, very good. The meal including a rather expensive bottle of wine (we could have gone cheaper for sure) cost around 140 Euros for the 2 of us, which we thought was good value for Paris. C'est bon!
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