L’Assiette, Paris, 12/3/16


L’Assiette is composed of several adjoining rooms with lots of interesting decorations, an old wood floor and elaborate ceiling in the entry room.  Some of the tables are quite small but most of of moderate size and reasonably spaced.  There are no table clothes but nice linen napkins.  The menu is a la carte with a chalkboard of specials and lunch special.  There are also wine specials and a dessert of the day. Chef Rathgeber was in the house and frequently seen taking a look over the dining room to make sure all was going smoothly. I know his cooking was responsible for the wonderful aroma that greeted me when I walked in the door. Continue reading