Found this wonderful little bistro on our first night in Paris while walking the streets near our hotel looking for somewhere to eat. As it was the Easter weekend, open restaurants away from the tourist hotspots where quite hard to come by. After noticing it was open, a quick check of the menu was enough to entice us in. Inside we were greeted with a smile and shown to our table. The interior was cosy, but not too small, and tastefully decorated with black and white photographs of old Paris. For starters I had black pudding with apple in pastry, while my wife had the potted smoked mackerel....excellent. Main course was the lamb with a sauce I can't remember but was superb, while rabbit in a liquorice sauce was my wifes dish. Desserts consisted of the apple tart for my wife while I had the profiteroles in a honey sauce. Superb food all round and wonderfully presented. The 2 staff on duty at the front of house worked tirelessly as the place got busy, but were always ready to attend to you and give you that bit extra. The prices were a bit on the high side, although you pay for what you get, and in my opinion was worth every penny.
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