Rainettes in the 4th is a frog place, OK? Let's get that out of the way; if you don't like frogs and/or frogs' legs stop reading now. Even if you like them, stop reading now and go because given the crazy trends in Paris dining, they could be gone tomorrow.
So one needs a 1st before the main event - which is frogs' legs, remember? - our friend up the road chose the snails - vary Franch non? - and Colette and I had the onion soup - that did not sweep me back to 1953 but then I was anticipating.....
The frogs' legs and yes, they were every bit as good as last time here a month ago or in 1953 down at the old Halles. My dining partners told me that the gratin of potatoes and butternut squash were equally as good.
Colette had a superb apple tart for dessert and my crème renversee, remember it from Chapter 24 in French in Action?, was up to Capretz standards.
Our bill, with no bottled water but two bottles of wine and two coffees, was 90 E a couple.
Oh yah, come hear for frogs' legs - right?