We stumbled into Le 106 as it was close to our apartment and the rain prevented us from wanting to venture much further but we were so glad we did! The restaurant was very quiet, likely due to the weather, but this didn't stop us having a fantastic meal! Our waiter was extremely knowledgable about the food and the wine and went above and beyond what was expected to ensure we chose the right things. I would highly recommend this friendly little restaurant, especially or tourists who don't speak much french.
walked into this restaurant on a whim as it seemed quite nice and refined. Asked what was gluten free and told that the prawn dish was gluten free so ordered that as I have coeliac disease and am unable to eat any gluten. The waitress understood and replied in very good English that the prawns would be gluten free. The meal arrived and I realized immediately that there was soy sauce in the dish thus making it gluten. After asking the waitress again she checked and apologized that it was indeed not gluten free. By then I had to settle for the fish, whilst my husband had his steak served. So much for our last night in Paris and enjoying a meal together. The chef could not confirm the potato chips were gluten free (so obviously not made by him and prob frozen ones) so I ended up with fish and salad which seemed to be most of my meals in Paris over the last week. The good points : the waitress spoke excellent English, the Chablis she recommended was par excellence and the cheese plate was unbelievably good - although only one type of of cheesehead served. My husband advised the steak he ordered was the best so far in Paris but was a little disappointed in the creme brûlée. All up, 2 Main courses, 1 glass red, 2 glasses Chablis, 1 glass calvados, 1 cheese plate, plus 1 creme brûlée cost 98 euros. A little on the expensive side, but nice ambience. Perhaps if push came to shove really can't recommend this restaurant.