AG in the 6th is a place Alan Geaam established in the old site of the also excellent Bistrot de l'Alycastre at 2 rue Clement, across from the Marche St Germain and adjacent to a soup kitchen. We've been coming since it opened late last year and have never been disappointed. Its menu changes according to the market and 3 dishes are still 28 E.
To start us off they gave us some parmesan "cookies" (upper left) and a celery soup with EVOO and chives; then 1 of us had the perfect egg, petits pois and red radish and the other 3 had the sauteed foie gras, mint and a bouillon of artichoke (no wastage here).
Then we split with Colette and JJ having the swordfish steak, celery and rhubarb, with flowers and R and I having the quasi de veau, beautifully sourced and cooked, with a mousseline of potatoes, veggies, lemon sauce and Nastarium leaves (which I posited were Nasturtium). Both dishes delivered a nice after-taste kick.
As usual, R aboring sweets, chose the cheese (very nice selection for a small place); Colette had the chocolate tart and JJ and I had the declinaision of strawberries. All good.
Our bill, with very nice mignardises, 2 bottles and 2 glasses of wine, good bread and 3 coffees was 177 or 88.50 E.