Wander westwards along Abbesses and take a right fork up the deserted Rue Lepic for one block then discover La Mandigotte on the corner. Charming and chic simplicity, encouragingly patronised [it seemed] only by [lively] French diners [generally a sign of acknowledged quality] and providing a menu hiding genuine 'twists'. We took a starter of tomato and mango with different duck mains [the magret being the winner] and fruit/sorbet and tarte tattin desserts. All very well presented and with innovative use of sauces and combinations. Service by the patron was charming. English spoken and there is an English menu board, should you need it.
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