Le Marcab in the 15th (coordinates in prior posts or my Reviews of Reviews Digest) is a place we've become accustomed to frequenting Sundays for it's prix-qualite, good food and great products.
Today for the first time I had the Degustation menu at 25 E, while Colette had a single dish for 22 E; both bargains.
From its description, petits pois soup with viande des grisons (which turns out to be dried Swiss beef charcuterie not ass meat as my Robert & Collins would have led me to believe) sounded boring but it was anything but, consisting of slivered charcuterie atop creme freche with some herb flavoring atop pea soup.
Next came a small but flavorful piece of rouget leaning against a large parmesan wafer on top of chunky potatoes with chives and a fluffy sauce.
two ample filets of bar with morel sauce that flowed over into the shot glass and the same veggies as I had (Photo credit Colette).
My dessert was poached pineapple with a lemoncello sauce and mini-Madeleine, a suitable last act.
The bill was 66 E including a bottle of wine (we were comp'd to the coffees d/t excessive waiting d/t the place being chock-a-block full.)
Go again? I do suspect next time Colette is in town.