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4 Rue Beethoven, Paris, 75016, France

After making a name for himself at Alain Passard's L'Arpège, chef Pascal Barbot opened L'Astrance in 2000. Since then the restaurant, located south of the Trocadéro Gardens, has remained a Paris hot spot, and because seating is limited (it sits less than 30 people), reserving a table at L'Astrance is often a difficult task. There is no à la carte menu here, only a lunch menu and seasonal dinner menu, full tasting menu, which is what most diners choose. Reresentative dishes include grilled lamb with miso-lacquered eggplant, sautéed pigeon, and turbot flavored with lemon and ginger.

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L'Astrance

After making a name for himself at Alain Passard's L'Arpège, chef Pascal Barbot opened L'Astrance in 2000. Since then the restaurant, located south of the Trocadéro Gardens, has remained a Paris hot spot, and because seating is limited (it sits less than 30 people), reserving a table at L'Astrance is often a difficult task. There is no à la carte menu here, only a lunch menu and seasonal dinner menu, full tasting menu, which is what most diners choose. Reresentative dishes include grilled lamb with miso-lacquered eggplant, sautéed pigeon, and turbot flavored with lemon and ginger.