Pirouette in the 1st was our 1st meal back in Paris after our sojourn in Venice; not that Venice and Mestre were bad, its just nice to be back. The place looks the same as in years past but the carte has definitely changed, while maintaining some golden oldies.
Half our party of 6 were more comfortable looking at the English version of the menu/carte and the rabbit raviolis were gone but two of us had the "Spring harvest" which consisted of morels, peas and a sauce of truffle-infused mushrooms; wow!
For mains, everyone was extremely happy with the scallops, lamb chop, marinated beef and crispy sweetbreads with their vegetables. The beef went over very well with the twins and the adults were not displeased with what they ordered either.
Colette must have her rice pudding here and two others ordered it as well, while the rest of us sampled and enjoyed.
Our bill, with 2 bottles of Chateldon and a St Nicolas, plus good bread and 2 coffees, was 286 E or 96 E a couple. As others have noted, however, at the height of service, it was rather noisy but that will not stop us from returning.