Pirouette in the 1st got a rave review from Ptipois on Chowhound France that jogged us into going back today after an absence of a year Chef Tommy Gousset figured. The carte was as inspiring as always and we settled right in.
I decided to start off with marinated mackerel with crispy slices of pleurotes (like chips) and a spectacular dill mayo that we posited had a dash of horse-radish as well. With our usual VinSobres we were on a good start.
For mains, Colette had the lovely sourced and cooked maigre and our friend and I had the tough to chew young red partridge with fermented sauerkraut and a standout base of smashed potatoes.
Colette finished up with a ris au lait with caramel sauce that she declared was better than eve.
Our bill with a bottle and 2 glasses of wine, 2 coffees, their usual good bread and no bottled water was 132 E for 3; or 88 E a couple.