7.0 Tannat, 119 Ave Parmentier in the 11th, 09.53.86.38.61, closed weekends (Metro: Goncourt) is a stunningly beautiful place in back of a stunningly simple facade.
The carte is interesting and contains some hints of the Japanesy dishes to come. We both had difficulty choosing among the entrees and plats but soldiered on.
I started off with an intriguing composition of a demi-crusty nori with rice, poulpe and sliced radishes on top and pickled bean sprouts below - very Japanesy. Then Colette had the bar (excellent product) with al dente squash, a puree of artichoke and a tempura'd zucchini blossom (my guess). And I had the tenderest joues de cochon in the world with whole and pureed peas. To finish off, Colette had the dessert special (since they were out of the caramel beurre-sale on a Nesle tour) bananas, chocolate and caramel beurre-sale.
Our bill with a bottle of wine, their bottled water, great bread and 2 coffees, was 84 E.
Go? I'd go back in a flash but Colette was not so taken by it.