Graced with one of the most mesmerizing Belle Époque rooms in town—accidentally rediscovered during renovations in the 1970s—this is a favorite haunt of French celebrities, who adore the sunflowers, peacocks, and dragonflies of the Art Nouveau mosaic. The menu rolls out updated classics: try the snails in puff pastry, beef fillet with pepper sauce, and the Grand Marnier soufflé—but ignore the limited-choice €29 prix fixe unless you're on a budget: the options
are a notch below what you get à la carte. Popular with tourists and businesspeople at lunch, La Fermette becomes truly animated around 9 pm.
Jan 17, 2012
Nice decor, but traditional meal well declined, but without originality. Some preparation just hot while arriving on table and if you are young, even with an early reservation dont'expect to be in the main room...