After see the crypts of Notre Dame today, we were hungry and crossed on the small bridge behind Notre Dame and found this cute little cafe in the Latin Quarter. We ordered tomatoes and mozzarella to start, with onion soup and terraine pâté (basically country pâté).
The food was simple and great, those are Costoluto Genovese tomatoes, which as I told you in my post on Paresian tomatoes are extra good. For the dressing they mixed a little fresh basil with olive oil (not so much as for a pesto) and dribbled it over the tomatoes and mozzarella with a little balsamic vinegar. Amazing and very fresh tasting. The pâté and onion soup was also pretty good, but the salad was the star.