Outside seating, risotto balls in marinara sauce
Rigatoni with chicken, cote du veau with potatoes
Along with a bottle of wine, this is a great start to another adventure in Paris. After dinner, we stop in The Place To, on Avenue de Wagram for a little more wine and some people watching.
The Place To
For our next dinner, we walk across town toward the Eiffel Tower to a small restaurant on Avenue Raymone Poincaré, Tonight's meal starts with creamy French onion soup, and fois gras de canard (duck pate), and we then share a mixed cheese and charcuterie platter.
Le Poincare, fois gras de canard
French onion soup, charcuterie and cheese platter
And, again, we stop off at The Place To for a nightcap.
The Place To, again
Our third and final night in Paris, we head over to an old favorite, Le Latin, in the Latin Quarter, by Place Saint-Michel. We start with 12 escargot, followed by a three cheese fondue and a duck and beef fondue. The three cheese fondue comes with potatoes and charcuterie to dunk in the cheese. The beef and duck fondue arrives with an array of sauces and a pot of boiling oil in which to cook the meats. Wow!
Three cheese fondue
Duck and beef fondue
Le Latin, Latin Quarter
And, this meal is followed by (we're in a great rut) a nightcap at The Place To. We've dined at a number of smaller, neighborhood restaurants this trip and had fabulous meals at all of them.