My husband and I visited the most amazing restaurant in Paris 5 years ago on our honeymoon. Now, we want to send my sister-in-law there when she's in Paris this week on her honeymoon. Have no idea if it still even exists, with the rate of restaurant turnover-- but it's worth a shot!
It was a very small (maybe 10-15 tables) restaurant--we were the only male-female couple and english speakers there, so not a touristy place at all and either a gay neighborhood or restaurant, on a very quiet residential street. I remember walking past the Moulin Rouge area to get there-- within a 5 minute walk from there. White tablecloths- kitchen to the right after you walk in.
Even though the menu was entirely in french and we didn't speak a lick-- the owner was amazing and guided us through everything. We had the most AMAZING goat cheese ravioli- and my husband had some pasta served in a little glass jar. They told us they have a special "ravioli night" every week (Saturday nights?) where they serve all different kinds-- unfortunately we weren't able to make it back.
I saved their card, but have lost it in the years since. If anybody has any ideas- I would love your input!!!