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Christian Constant has found the perfect recipe for pleasing Parisians at his new bistro: a flexible menu of salads, soups, verrines (light dishes served in jars) and cocottes (served in cast-iron pots), all at bargain prices - for this neighbourhood. Service is swift and the food satisfying, though the vraie salade César Ritz, which contains hard-boiled egg, shouldn't be confused with US-style Caesar salad. Soups such as an iced pea velouté are spot-on, and cocottes range from sea bream with ratatouille to potatoes stuffed with pig's trotter.
135 rue Saint-Dominique
|Transport:||Metro: Ecole Militaire or Pont de l'Alma/RER|
|Price:||Main courses €15-€29|
|Opening hours:||noon-4pm, 7-11pm daily|