Heimat, 37, Rue de Montpensier in the 1st, 01.40.26.78.25 (Metro: Musee du Louvre) has a French owner (Pierre Jancou), German name and Italian chefs, but the food is pretty mainstream with some Italian tweaks. Colette and I arrived before our friend from Boulogne and had plenty of time to peruse the menu and order some interesting "Homage a Robert" wine which had the subtitle "the grape and the angel" pictured as well.
The menu is a 2-2-2 deal so we split up the dishes and courses; Colette and our friend starting with the chinchard, asparagus, grapefruit and almonds and I - the brains, citrus mayo, puntarelles (small early Italian chicory-type shoots) and coques, very nice all.
Then the ladies had the rigatoni with a ragout of duck and rosemary and I had pintade with tapenade, potatoes and bok choy; again quite nice, with a new bottle, this time some Beaujolais for Colette.
For desserts we shared a portion of lemon tart with meringue and two of a sable Breton with apple, caramel and creme crue.
Our bill with no bottled water but 3 coffees and very excellent bread was 166 E for 3 = 110.66 E for a couple.