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Do you know this restaurant in Paris?

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Four or five years ago DH and I visited Paris for a week in early December. 16 hours dark a day, rain/snow, empty restaurants, great hotel deals, an incredibly romantic city and we seemed to be the only tourists around.
One night we wound up at a restaurant in a dead end square(?) between the Louvre and Notre Dame. We were the only diners, and it started to snow outside. We kept looking for Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman to walk in. Good food, solicitous service, and I'm pretty sure I'd never find it again. We'll be in Paris two nights in May and I know we'll go to Le Souffle, but I'd certainly love to find that other place again. Could the name have been La Vie de Rose or anything similar. Small, intimate, the stuff they made movies of in the forties. Thanks for any help and I know how few clues I'm offering.

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