Le Petit Champerret is hot in two respects: it has no fan or A/C, which on a hot day (32º C.) means if you're in the back, corner table (despite a reservation left on the repondeur), it's hot; but it's also a "hot" place, not an empty chair or stool in the place. For the heat, they had a 90% "cool" menu, with lots of cold dishes and chilled wine, etc.
Colette and my charming co-host had 2 starters each - a delicious gaspacho, pimentos and tomatoes stuffed with an herbed cheese like a Boursin and raviolis stuffed with brocciu while I had an escabeche of rougets.
Then I was the only one to have a hot main: a delicious saddle of lamb with gigantic potatoes and a sauce to die for.
The ladies finished with a raspberry crumble and apricot tart both of which were delicious while I contented myself with the Myrtille digestif of Corsica.
With three coffees and one bottle of Touraine, our bill for 3 was 118.90 E.