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Moissonnier in the 5th? Rendezvous aux Camionneurs in the 4th...

manouche May 17, 2013 10:59 AM

Wondering if anyone has been to Moissonnier lately, and what's the current state of affairs? We both remember liking it very much indeed, when we ate here about 20-some-odd years ago...Hoping for a decent meal, elbow-to-elbow with other appreciative diners.

Walking around playing tourist the other day, and stumbled on RDVC on Quai des Orfevres. Tiny little place, turning out high-class dishes with very good service. A perfectly cooked slab of Bar, fresh spinach with pine nuts, grapefruit beurre blanc; Noix de Saint Jacques baked in the shell with just a touch of cumin cream, under a very clever pastry cap; dense, dark, deconstructed tarte au chocolat with orange marmalade and Grand Marnier ice cream; a pichet of the house red; a couple of digestives - Vieille Prune and Bas Armagnac - then two coffees, because it was still raining - and the total for 2 very happy people was 125EU. I might just stop cooking on Sundays and go here, instead...

  1. PBSF May 17, 2013 03:21 PM

    Moissonnier hasn't change much since we've been going there regularly for some 30 years. One of the reasons we recently moved our apartment from the 14e to the 5e.

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    1. re: PBSF
      ChefJune May 18, 2013 12:30 AM

      mmmm nice to hear.

      1. re: ChefJune
        manouche May 19, 2013 01:27 AM

        Thanks for the really great news!

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