Polissons in the 18th is the next to latest find in the culinary desert that the 18th used to be. We went with two friends who are in the art history biz and had a very nice meal.
As starters we had two perfect crusty eggs with corn and nut butter and one salmon trout gravlax with cucumber and sour cream - think bagels and lox with fresh spring dill.
For mains one of us had a repeat of the gravlax and all three debated whether to choose to share the fish or meat - a raie or faux-filet and it was decided to flip a coin - well that's one way to decide. So it turned up fish which the ladies split; each lady was served a portion of smashed potatoes to which they added the raie. I had the carre and pied de cochon. All came in large portions with an adequate amount of vegetables.
For dessert Colette ordered and shared a banana, Fontainebleau and Jerusalem artichoke.
Our bill, with 2 bottles of wine, fine bread and 3 coffees, was 177.80 E or 88.90 E a couple.