My vegetarian sister book us eight a table last Sunday night. Hidden down a charming backstreet near St Germain it is full of convivial atmosphere and stylishly modern at the same time. Our charming Tri lingual waitress from the restaurants of Lake Como treated us like family. I went for a classic Carpaccio spoilt only by the ravings of those who ordered The Mezza. Now hungry for truffle I had a delicious Tartufata di parma only to have to argue which of us had ordered the best main course, they were all great. Only one of us could manage a dessert and that Panna Cotta was perfect and so big, a top chef among us said they had cheated to get the perfect texture by making it wider rather than taller. It didn't stop her stealing it from the rightful owner.
They wine were unfamiliar to me but a lovely discovery as both our whit and red were classy and tasty. Including wine we spent an enjoyable £50/head.
Not surprisingly we recognised some faces from the previous night at the Cafe de Flore
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