Made reservations for 4 at Pied a Terre for dinner on a Saturday evening. We were seated immediately (with us seated, the restaurant was full).
I ordered from the "TABLE D'HÔTE" menu, selecting the salade verte, the steak frites onglet (with roquefort & mustard sauce) and the chocolate mousse.
The salad was fresh and crisp with a sharp mustard vinegrette. The steak frite onglet was a medium rare hangar steak (done expertly and the roquefort mustard sauce was superb) served with creamed spinach, roasted tomato and pomme frites (all of which were excellent... the frites were fabulous).
The chocolate mousse was very good.
It's noteworthy that, by the standard of french restaurants, the serving portions here are quite generous.
The service was attentive and prompt without being obtrusive.
The room is very simple, white walls with black & white photos of Paris. varnished dark wood tables... not unlike the simplicity of the sister restaurant, La Buca. The room is somewhat small and a little cramped.