Reviews have previously commented on the atmosphere, so I will leave that out for now - it's cosy, warm and typically Parisian.
We had a Sunday dinner here on Bastille Day, and while there were no specials the meal was impeccable. Our entree was king fish carpaccio and was absolutely divine ... a light, fragrant dressing over it and not overpowered by spices/seasoning. Our mains included a tender, juicy duck leg confit with perfectly braised carrots and onions and a perfectly cooked steak (medium, just as I requested, not overdone and still juicy) in herbed butter with thin, crispy frites. The broccolini was tasty, covered in a garlicky sauce. The service was also stellar - food came out quickly, everyone was very helpful and quick to refill water glasses or ask if anything was needed. The dessert is the only course I would say was less than perfect - the panna cotta was smooth, creamy and airy as it should be but the it was served in a bowl of some sauce (as much as you might find in a small bowl of soup!) which was tart, vinegary and generally unnecessary and not tasty. I found myself trying to eat the panna cotta while avoiding the sauce, which was impossible. Anyway, that's the only complaint really and overall, we were very impressed.
The menu is not on the affordable side as everything is about 10-20% more expensive than one might expect it to be, but if you're looking for a nice dinner in Fitzroy, Madame SouSou is a good place.
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