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Antoine Restaurant Review: Located near Pont Alma, this beautiful house boasts a modern décor decked out in white and blue shades; however, it is the view of the Eiffel Tower that really sets the stage for a special evening. Aside from an open kitchen that stretches across the span of the dining room, the restaurant is equipped with an elegant bar, comfortable dark brown and burgundy leather chairs, and an attractively lit ceiling. After being seduced by the interior, you’ll be happy to know that the cuisine is on par. Thibault Sombardier (Carré des Feuillants, Au Trou Gascon) invites diners to enjoy the fresh cuisine of the sea. The menu showcases some rare fishes as well as bright seasonings and textures. Black mullet is served in tartare and carpaccio; braised scorpion fish with grilled monkfish, Paimpol beans and a few capers; and the sturdy Mirabelle soufflé for dessert, with a Champagne sherbet. This establishment is the brainchild of Antoine Vigneron, who spent fifteen years as the head of the restaurant at the Hotel Le Bristol, and his team. Service is effective and the wine list includes lovely references at reasonable prices. Lunch menu at €35.