I also cannot remember an upscale restaurant that did not offer a cheese course. However, you may be making a distinction between a cheese platter/plateau with lots of choices over just one portion of camembert or another cheese that you choose from the menu.
Rick's book does mention La Rapiere offering a platter, as well as it's well reviewed. What's offered on a prix-fix, multi-course menu can vary, while their full a la carte menu includes prices for 3 Portions, 5 Portions, or A piece of every Cheese. With an extra dollar sign in Bayeux, http://www.langlesaintlaurent.com/restaurant-bayeux-cards has many local specialties but they offer a choice between only two local cheeses for that course.
Not all restaurants necessarily have as informative web sites as do those two. Case in point, if you'll be in Paris, one of the best restaurant cheese boards I've enjoyed was at the popular (reserve) Bistrot Paul Bert. The hour was late and staff left the board on my table for a dangerous amount of time!