It?s no wonder that this affordable Left Bank 'seaside? bistro is always full. Given the often exorbitant price of fish restaurants in Paris, the prix-fixe menus here offer real value for money. In terms of atmosphere, the blue and yellow dining room feels like a family-run pension. In fact, it is supported by Michelin-starred chef Michel Rostang (his daughter started and runs it). First courses such as ravioles de Romans au homard could be followed by a relatively simple main course of plump filet of Saint Pierre (John Dory) or a more rustic gratin de macaroni au vieux jambon. The tarte souflue au chocolat amer is an intense third act.