6.6 Axuria, 54 Ave Felix-Faure in the 15th (Metro: Boucicalt), 01.45.54.13.91, open 7/7, is named after a cooperative that raises "the" agneau de lait in the Pyrénées as well as beef and veal but the restaurant touts itself as a fish restaurant which are abundant as well. The interior wall has placards with wine-cork-like montages and the wall decorations on the staircase going down to the rest rooms are attractive.
To begin, the amuse gueule was a nice emulsion of leeks.
Our friend "M" had minced oysters encased in an escarole leaf and the men had what we misread as an artisanal paté made with langoustine tails but was an artisanal pate wrapped around langoustine tails; both were extraordinarily good.
For her main course Colette had a lovely piece of swordfish with a spicy coating that was delicious (the swordfish was much thicker than one gets in the US); Madame "M" had a veal jarret in a cocotte with an intense sauce, including mushrooms, M. had daurade and I had confited pork ribs; plus they served us ample portions of potatoes with lardons and mixed April vegetables.
For desserts, Colette had a moelleux of caramel which was divine; Madame three scoops of intensely flavored sorbets and M. crepes Suzette.
Our bill with a bottle and glass of wine, fine bread, no bottled water and four coffees was 169.60 E, or 84.80 E a couple.
Go? This place now joins Atao and Terroir Parisien on our Prefered Sunday list.