Some places are so nice and welcoming that encourages you to write a review just right after the meal to try to catch all the enthusiasm.
Went to dinner with my wife -- young couple visiting Paris -- without reservations. First stop at "La BalanÃ§oire" and it was full (the waiter was very polite). We came down the street towards "Le Bistrot Lorette". It was also full and the owner was rude and sarcastic (avoid the place -- this deserves an especific review). Both restaurants well recommended by TA. A little far away from our hotel. So I didn't know the neighborhood too much.
I asked the sarcastic guy at "Le Bistrot Lorette" If we could recommend a place to dinner in the area and he made a mocking face. Well, in the same block we found "La Petite Sirene..." and it turned out a spectacular meal.
We chose the fixed price menu. 38 Euros for entree (delicious hareng manirÃ©s), plat (st. Sebastian and carrots), cheese (with seasoned plum) and desert.
But outstanding is really the service. You feel at home as soon you get in. The chef and owner Peter comes himself to greet and shake hands. Very nice attitude. Completely different the way we were treated in the last bistrot.
Chef came dish after dish at our table to get impressions with charming and warm conversation. Very nice guy! Not arrogant at all.
We not only recommend as well as we would definitely go again.
At the end, Peter gave us a gift. A book of Scandinavian dishes that he wrote. The picture in the cover is our entree.
Thank you Peter. You made it a very pleasant evening for us.
Edimar and Marcia from Brazil.
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