Frenchie has been on our TODO list of restaurants in Paris for years, and when friends offered us a reservation they couldn't use, we went. Densely set tables are about the only thing that separates Frenchie from NYC or SOMA restaurants - the clientele is 100% tourist as far as I could tell.
They headline a foie gras as an additional starter, and it was nice but nothing special.
The menu has two choices each for starter and main, plus desserts. At 45 euro, it's not out of line for Paris. There web site had the month's menu, so I don't think the menu changes more often, so you can see if it has something you want in advance. My pork belly starter was competent as was a roast chicken main. A few morels helped the main out a lot. Dessert for me was some wild strawberry, regular strawberry, glace combination that satisfied.
Competent and dressed up here and there with some wild strawberries and the morels. Service typical of Paris, English may be the only language you hear at Frenchie's. It has a robust wine list, a bit pricey.
So while I wouldn't hesitate to eat here, there was no WOW for me.
Now the bar across the street was packed, and looked like a fun place full of people wishing they were still in their 20s.
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