We booked this restaurant online through Trip Advisor. This was worthwhile; although we booked for the earliest possible dinner at 1930 and were the first customers to arrive, the restaurant rapidly filled up. We were the only English people there; all but one of the tables were full of French people visibly enjoying their company and food. This created a great atmosphere. Cuisine is modern French and very tasty. Our waitress was very helpful and, despite the restaurant being full, service was good without being rushed. All our Paris dinners, except one on a Bateaux Mouches, cost around 100 Euros for two, including wine. That at the Pas Vu Pas Pris was not only the best but also, just, the cheapest.