6.8 Le Bordeluche, 103, rue des Dames in the 17th (yah where the pizzeria place Al Chilo used to be, but as you can see it's been totally renovated), 09.52.91.95.28 (but rez's also thru La Fourchette), closed Saturday lunch and Sundays (Metro: Rome) has been open about 3 months and already has a loyal local following if today's customers were any indication. They have an 18.50 2 course and 24 E 3 course "menu" but I went with the carte which despite the fact that the Breton boats were not on the water yesterday due to our weird weather, had everything except the scallops. However, the chef, one Mickael Janetzki, who has passed through the kitchens of la Tour d'Argent, Le Plaza Athénée and the Bristol, certainly was there, all 8 feet of him (or so it seemed).
I started with a fine tart of marinated sardines with fennel and red onion with bits of pungent green olives which packed some punch; then a big piece of baby colin (hake) with a delicious nut crust on a bed of fresh spinach leaves; finishing with a crème brulee of dried Madagascar bananas with Tonka beans - all simple, well-sourced, well-cooked and delicious.
My bill, with a half-bottle of Valencay, no bottled water, decent bread and a coffee, was 48.20 E or 96.40 E a couple. Music so wonderfully low that the dB level was only 69.
Go back? It's on Colette's list.