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This spot from Bertrand Auboyneau is just a few doors down from his Bistrot Paul Bert, but it’s a world apart in terms of cuisine. The emphasis on good product remains, but Le 6 finds chef Louis-Philippe composing small and modern plates (shaved vegetables, raw and marinated proteins, creative use of dairy) that have more in common with Le Dauphin and Au Passage than a classic Paris bistro. While the wine list is outstanding, and the small plates range in price from only €8-14, don’t mistake this for a drop-in wine bar. It feels like a restaurant, complete with a menu option, and the expected popularity will oblige you to book. Continue reading Le 6 Paul Bert