My wife and I were staying in an apartment a few blocks from La Rotisserie, so we opted for dinner on a Friday evening (with a reservation). We arrived a few minutes early (7:00 pm) but were promptly seated with a view of the 'rotisserie' on which several chickens, ducks and other cuts of meat were being prepared. My wife opted for the coq au vin while I had a rabbit dish - both were excellent. We also shared a half bottle of wine while I had an entree and my wife had a very generous creme brulee - really large enough for two. There were a few large parties present and a number of couples - not packed but not many empty tables either. The restaurant was lively and attractive, the service attentive, the view of the kitchen interesting and the food well-prepared. I note that a few recent reviews complain that the restaurant is not what it once was (it must have been fabulous), but our experience was very satisfying for the modest price of 75 euros. Yes, you can eat cheaper in Paris, but what's the point of visiting if you can't enjoy a good meal?
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