Astrance is a two Michelin-starred restaurant, which tells you pretty much everything you need to know about the quality of food made by chef Pascal Barbot. What you may not know, however, is that this restaurant is pretty hard to book, even for a place of this caliber. Astrance is open only four days per week, has a limited number of 25 seats, and a reservation policy that uses months instead of weeks as a time measure. Once you've managed to book a table, you can rest assured that your food will look like a work or art and probably taste even better. [caption id="attachment_233660" align="alignnone" width="700"] Colorful dining room of Astrance[/caption]


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