Fodor's Expert Review La Table d'Aki
Set in a quiet, aristocratic quartier near the Musée Rodin, La Table d'Akihiro might just be the most perfect little-gem restaurant in all of Paris. Its simple elegance highlights the thrilling cuisine centered on the sea. The chef works all alone in an open kitchen while 16 lucky diners await the next course: lush, simple dishes like plump langoustine shimmering in a silky shallot-fennel sauce, or delicate medallions of sole in a mellow red-wine-and-leek reduction.
49 rue Vaneau
Paris, Île-de-France 75007, France
- Romantic ambience
- Perfectly prepared fish
- Open kitchen serving just 16 diners at a time