This restaurant is located in the centre of Paris, specifically in the ninth district, the district of the Opera. Although it was right in front of our hotel, they don't accept reservations, so every time we passed, we found massive queues. In the end, we went on a day that was less crowded, just to see if it was worth it ... and the answer is NO. The decor is original, dating back to its founding in 1896. The room is rectangular, like an endless corridor, and to the left is a more intimate dining area. When our turn finally came, we were settled at a table for 6, with 3 other people: a Swiss lady and her two children (of course, we didn't know them at all).