5.6 Le Cadoret, 1, rue Pradier in the 19th, 01.53.21.92.13, closed Sundays and Mondays, was described by Aitor Alfonso in yesterday’s Le Fooding as “retrofoodisme” and that’s pretty accurate. I entered to a room half full of folks who were clearly locals and by 13h00 it was fully full. It’s a 2-2-1 deal so we agreed to split the offerings.
My friend started with eggs Mimosa that I thought were fabulous and I had a very good terrine de campagne with toasts, both of which were also good.
For mains, she had a tender onglet of beef with not bad fries and sauce that I didn’t like, while I had two pieces of carrelet sautéed in butter that were better than ok with carrots and a cousin of Jerusalem artichoke.
We finished up with two lovely pear Fontainebleaus.
Our bill, with a bottle of terrific Pinot Noir and two coffees was 60.40€? Noise level 81.6dB. PS they had real cloth napkins.
Go? If I lived in the area for sure, but it’s a long way from home. But those Thai fish are tempting and they had real cloth napkins.