Started by three comedic actors in 1962, Le Coupe Chou has been a landmark of the quartier ever since. A "historically research" restored 17th century interior meets with rustic appointments makes up the physical side of the restaurant, and the menu offers some affordable and attractive prix fixes. You'll come back there for sure. What would you take for the first time? A terrine with onion jam? Duck confit with potatoes and Paris mushrooms? We pick the crème brûlée as a desert!
The waitstaff, too, is as charming as the interior, and if you need any more convincing that the proprietors take tradition seriously, check out the history section of their website—or ask your waiter for an anecdote.