L'Oulette was a pioneer in this now super-trendy neighbourhood and has a faithful following. The widely-spaced tables guarantee confidential conversation and the warm but unobtrusive service and imaginative take on the cooking of South-West France keep Parisians coming back. The generous evening menu includes two half bottles of very decent white and red wine. From the la carte menu choose from duck terrine with foie gras in Juran on jelly, millefeuille de sardines, duck confit; for dessert, try the featherlight apple tourtiere. The informed wine list features a number of quality sherries, and coffee is chosen from a menu arranged by country.