This bistro is very close to the Pantheon. It is small and cozy, but the ventilation needs to be improved. Although it was October, it was still warm in Paris. When they shut the front door, all of the kitchen smells (lots of foie gras being fried) filled the restaurant, which in turn permeated our clothing.
The two young women in the front of the restaurant were pleasant and helpful in navigating the menu. There were some interesting combinations of ingredients. For starters we had a pear and choizo dish as well as baked chevre served with sliced apples on top of flattened gingerbread. For our main dishes we had rabbit and scallops. With their recomended bottle of wine, our bill was 86 euros. The serving size of each dish was way too large - more like American portions, therefore, we had no room for dessert.
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