6.5 Alain Milliat, 159, rue de Grenelle in the 7th, 01.45.55.63.86 (Metro: Latour-Maubourg), closed Sundays and Mondays, is so understated (my S.F. eating friend said "minimalist") that one must peer at the small-font-sized lettering to ascertain that "this is the place."
At lunch it's three dishes, take it or leave it but at dinner one chooses from 2/2/2 and they will "do" vegetarian.
The "forced choices" today were (1) a risotto with Lardo di Colonnata and smoked eel; divine even if the rice didn't appear to be rice - (2) a bavette (not pictured), cooked almost raw enough for me (we forgot to say, they forgot to ask) with moundlets of celery puree and bean jelly; delicious - and (3) a dessert combo of coffee mousse, licorice ice, citrus wedges and deconstructed crumbles; simply first-rate.
Our bill with a bottle of Sirius Bordeaux, their filtered water (Included), pretty good bread and two coffees, was 79.40 E.
Go? In a Jumping Jack Flash. Especially if only to see the wall of juices and jams which it was impossible for me not to purchase one of, so beautiful were they.