A genuinely cool, unpretentious, laid back restaurant typically means that the cuisine may be a little lackluster, but that’s certainly not the case with La Fourchette du Printemps. Here, the cuisine is as delightful as the atmosphere is authentic; it’s a place where attentiveness isn’t overbearing, and the décor actually adds an experience to your meal (as opposed to overriding it completely). It’s a great plce for just about anyone who’s looking for some of the best dining in Paris but without the stuffy, white-gloved atmosphere. So stop by and see what we mean—and you’ll find out how they managed to get a Michelin star, too.
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