My wife wanted to eat out in the Latin Quarter on our last night in Paris for a Romantic meal for two. I'm a little bit wary of this part of Paris as it's filled with restraurants and places to eat of all types and kinds where the staff hang outside each one hustling for business, imploring you to try there place over the place next door. But Le Latin is set a little way back on the rue Xavier Privas giving it a more cosy, secluded and quiet feel. It looks Romantic and an ideal place for a nice evening meal so we had already made up our mind to go in before the member of staff 'made his pitch' to us. We were given a window seat which was great as we could see the world go by outside. I opted for a set menu of three courses for 18.50 euro's as all the courses were pretty much what I would have had anyway. I had the fish soup for starters, the steak and chipped potatoes for a main (I think my steak came with 'new' or boiled potatoe's but as I asked for frites they compromised and fried them!) with chocolate ice cream as a desert. All of it was superb (the soup was amazing!) and considering the price, even more so. We also had a bottle of Merlot to drink as well. The staff were very cheerful and were happy to help customers who perhaps didn't understand the language or the meaning of some of the things that were on the menu. In the end, we left after having one of the nicest meals we have had while on Holiday.
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