This time we ordered four plats and three desserts (though two of them were identical).
I ordered the cuisse de canard confit et grillée (16€50) from last time, because I liked it so much. It was still excellent. Want details and a picture? Refer to the previous post.
Then, there was this lapin poêlé grillé (23€). The rabbit was fragrant, well seasoned, and excellent. The potato wedges were fried so that the outside was nice and crispy, and the dish in general was just a solid 8.5 out of 10. (My apologies that my 3am writing is not up to par.)
Spilum de porc noir de Bigorre et purée de pommes de terre (19€) – not memorable. Seriously. I don't remember anything about it.
Fricassée de queues gambas et noix de St Jacques au Basilique (26€) – again, average. Good pasta (fresh), scallops were cooked perfectly, nicely seasoning shrimp, but nothing stunning.
This café gourmand (8€) was just average. It was not as good as the two previous ones we had at Ô Bistro Gascon and Le Magret. The chocolate hazelnut cake was very average. The eclair was fine. The coffee was average. The chocolate was good. But all in all, did I think it worth its price? Not particularly.
The other dessert we ordered was a parfait glacé aux fruits rouges et son coulis des fruits (8€). It was good. Not a "wow," but sweet, delicate, light, and refreshing.
Le Bon Vivre
15b Place du Pt Wilson
31000 Toulouse, France
Tel: 05 61 23 07 17
Overall rating for the price: 7 out of 10 (yes, it went down a little)