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Restaurant Pierre Sang Boyer

After a series of pop-ups, Top Chef finalist Pierre Sang Boyer has an address in Oberkampf, an open-kitchen showcase for his colorful, modern cooking.

Practical information

Address: 55 rue Oberkampf, 75011
Nearest transport: Parmentier (3)
Hours: Lunch and dinner, Tuesday-Friday; dinner only on Saturday; closed Sunday and Monday
Reservations: not accepted
Telephone: no phone
Website

Average price for lunch: 20-34€
Average price for dinner: 20-34€
Style of cuisine: Modern French
Special attributes: open kitchen
Type of crowd: foodies
Interior: polished & modern
Atmosphere: casual

Reviews of interest

John Talbott (2012) “Our first course consisted of gambas with a caviar of eggplant and slices of frozen bananas – Whoa! – and our second a joue de boeuf with ginger, sliced carrots, corn polenta, pickled vegetables, lettuce and a sauce that looked all the world like catsup but couldn’t have tasted more different.”

Caroline Mignot (2012) “Au fil du repas, je dirais que j’ai senti que le chef s’amusait avec ses compositions spontanées, gaies et amusées. Parfois, ça marchait bien et parfois, je ne pouvais m’empêcher de revoir ces scènes télévisées où le chef se laissait embarquer par son enthousiasme et ses envies de puncher les produits en tirant le tout par les cheveux.”

Sophie Brissaud (2012) “…le repas s’est maintenu à une altitude constante  — et élevée…Les vins proposés par Max sont choisis avec autant de passion et de chaleur que Pierre-Sang en met à cuisiner…un repas sublime…”

4 thoughts on “Restaurant Pierre Sang Boyer”

  1. Went last night. This restaurant is definitely for the adventurous of spirit as there is no menu. Every dish is preselected and prepped for the meal of several small courses. But for those who are ready to surrender to the culinary tastes of the chef, it is definitely worth it. Flavors were delicious and unexpected. One of my favorite meals in Paris.

  2. Hi, I would have thought that people who desire to go this restaurant would know they do not take reservations. When I was in Paris for thanksgiving I went twice to this restaurant at lunch time. I never had to wait for a table. The first time I went was the day that the Paris blog had a write up of this restaurant. Pierre Sang didn’t know that their was a write up that day .The food at each time was fantastic and the wine was also quite good. The second time I went Pierre Sang he offered me two desserts, they were both fantastic. I had tried to to dine at this restaurant when I was in Paris this past summer, but the restaurant was closed. I had originally found out about this restaurant by Alex Lobrano’s web site, Hungry for Paris. I can’t wait to return to Paris and eat at this restaurant. Superb. thanks, Milt Gersh

  3. Went on Saturday with a small group of three in total. We didn’t have a reservation and probably waited 45 mins-1 hour, and Pierre Sang personally apologized a few times for the wait. We were expecting a long wait for the last minute choice anways. The entree of scallops was divine and the supreme de volaille with a saucisse de morteau for the main was the most soft and tender chicken breast I’ve ever had in my life! Apparently it’s slow cooked at 60 degrees for many hours. The cheese and desserts (2) really made this spontaneous meal fantastic. The only downside is that during the wait we caught wiff of the most delicious lamb which was all gone by the time we sat down, hence the chicken. I’m in love with the space, the customer service (especially from Pierre Sang) and the inventive and delicious French/Asian fusion dishes. I’ll definitely be back!

  4. the restaurant is not open monday as indicated under ‘special atributes’. otherwise it was a really pleasant experience eating there, and it suits particularly well for single diners (as I was) due to the long counter with full view of what’s going on.

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