5.7 Au Dernier Metro, 70 blvd de Grenelle in the 15th, (Metro: Dupleix, from which the photo above was shot) 01.45.75.01.23, looks like it has been open much longer than when Deneuve and Depardieu faced down the Nazis, indeed it doesn't have the 1980 look or the 1970's "pub" look Le Fooding ascribes it, but a 1930's polished grunge appearance.
It is featured as a "Bistrot/Brasserie - Cafe - Pub - Bar a bieres" so take your choice. When I entered (10 minutes early) the bar was already full and the dining area (about 28 covers) filling fast with locals and 2 Anglos. When we left, they were merrily turning tables.
The menu is simply enormous, I'm not exaggerating when I estimate that there were 50-60 items listed; everything from platters to salards to Basque and Burgundy; overwhelming.
There were three of us and we had respectively - the bric of goat cheese, an entree sized cassoulet and crispy, crunchy hearts of duck on a salad base - all were quite good although I favored my duck hearts.
For mains we had a confit of duck, traditional axoa, and two huge pigs' feet with a crispy, crunchy batter and skin that was beyond heavenly.
At this point, none of us had room for dessert and we finished our second bottle of Irouleguy, I had a coffee and we were assessed 113.50 E, thus 75.66 E a couple.
Go? It took my friend/colleague Richard to convince me to go and am I glad I did; this is a treasure undiscovered by the guidebooks and big boys for reasons that completely escape me.