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Francophiles rejoice: enter this restaurant to be transported to the heart of Paris. This award-winning international chain caters to carnivorous tastes, serving up the eternal French classic of snails and the deceptively simple but mouthwatering carré d'agneau (rack of lamb). High-end nosh is the order of the day, but the restaurant maintains a casual vibe with spots well-suited for a tête-à-tête or a more rambunctious social affair.
While the kitchen closes between lunch and dinner, the bar is still open for those looking for an al fresco tipple on the terrace.