Chef Pierre-Olivier Lenormand brings his high-caliber food to a casual, affordable setting. The decor is nostalgic (note the nutcracker collection and vintage advertisements), and the traditional French cooking is sincere and generous. Perhaps a roast pork shoulder Ibaïona with olive purée will fit the bill? Or try a classic petit salé (lentils with smoky ham) followed by a crowd-pleasing dessert like île flottante. About a 10-minute walk from the Eiffel Tower, this is a good bet for those looking for a bit of authenticity in an otherwise very touristy neighborhood. At dinnertime, the fixed-price menu is obligatoire; there is no a la carte ordering. Lunch is more flexible.