Our evening here was most enjoyable.
The bistro is traditionally French in decor and the cuisine.
The staff were very friendly and accommodating and were happy to engage with us and answered any questions happily.
We shared the fois gras for starters and it was plated individually and beautifully presented. We both drank wine from the extensive list . I opted for champagne.
For main I enjoyed the salmon and was able to combine it with the Paris mash and egg from another fish dish on the menu.
My husband chose the veal and declared that it was the ‘best meal that I have eaten since leaving home two weeks ago’
We elected not to have dessert next time we must try this instead of a starter.
We’ll add this to our list of places to dine in Paris .
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