We came across the following on a two day trip to Paris by car this week with my daughter ( otherwise she'd have been in front of the TV ) :
Villa Romaine at Louveciennes ( on the Seine just west of the city, suburb known for Impressionist paintings ) where we tucked into home made pasta with tomato and onion sauce and a large bruschetta. The 3 of us ate for 40 euros on Sunday night in a large empty family-run restaurant. When we left the Argentinian owner ignored us ---- if you only spend 40 euros that's what happens. Villa Romaine is at 6 Quai de Conti.
Kosher couscous at Les Ailes in Rue Richer. This place has had a revamp since I last ate there in 2005 – new tables, chairs and décor. Whether or not it’s my memory playing tricks but Les Ailes appears to have gone downhill rapidly. Steaks not as good as on previous visits, accompanied by soggy chips, although my wife said the couscous was well prepared and she is of Moroccan origin.
After going to the Monet museum on Boulevard Suchet opposite the Bois de Boulogne we drove around the Porte d’Auteuil area and came across Le Moulin d’Auteuil at 75 Rue d’Auteuil. The bar at the front looks a bit shabby but there is a smallish bistro at the back. This place is very good. We had some pasta with cepes ( mushrooms )…. I had omelette aux cepes which was very good with fat cut chips which were excellent, particularly with the Dijon mustard. For dessert we had crème brulee, set alight at the table to burn off the brown sugar. This was also very good. Other dishes on the menu were lapin au moutarde ( rabbit in mustard ) which we didn’t have but the menu runs through a lot of the classic French dishes. Highly recommended.Just over 60 Euros for the three of us, house wine included.