Centrally located in the heart of Bastille, Qui Plume la Lune is the ultimate address for an exceptional dinner with friendly and professional service, exquisite, refined fusion cuisine (Franco-Japanese), and a scrumptious wine menu. The chef wittily combines elements from both French and Japanese culinary traditions and creates unique dishes like the foie gras sushi (a sushi roll with baked crispy apricot and a piece of sautéed foie gras on top) and salmon fillet prepared in traditional Japanese teriyaki sauce. Go with the tasting menu if you can’t decide what to order (although they are all very tasty) and let your taste buds be delighted. Note that this restaurant is a little pricey, but it’s one of the best of Paris and it’s worth every penny.
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