Our special dinner at Le Parisien was wonderful. Under new management, the restaurant looks a bit more formal inside and the menu reflects this by having more traditional French dishes.
We started off with appetizers of duck terrine and escargot. Both were tasty and flavourful with a generous slab of terrine. For mains we had the cassoulet for two and moules frites. The cassoulet was very tasty with the beans being nicely cooked without being soggy. The duck was very tasty and the sausage seemed to be some sort of farmer's sausage that was 'of substance' and fit well with the meal. The bacon was a bit fatty.The moules frites were flavourful the moules cooked well and the frites to die for!
For dinner, we had an excellent creme brulée and chocolate mousse.
The wine list was fairly extensive and ranged from $35 and up.
Total for 3 with wine, appetizers, dessert and coffee - $168 + tip