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Les Papilles

Les Papilles

Bring some friends to share in Bertrand Bluy’s family style dinner at this cave à manger. Still very well-priced at only 31€ for four courses, and with an excellent selection of bottles sold at caviste prices, either to-go or to open at the table for a modest corkage fee.

 An absolute favorite

Practical information

Address: 30 rue Gay Lussac, 75005
Nearest transport: Luxembourg (RER B)
Hours: Closed Sunday & Monday
Reservations: Book a few days in advance
Telephone: 01 43 25 20 79
Average price for lunch: 10–19€
Average price for dinner: 20–34€
Style of cuisine: Classic French
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Reviews of interest

Meg Zimbeck (2013) “A lot of chefs like to go there on their day off because they don’t have to think about it…”

Barbra Austin (2010) “The first course was a velouté of lentils.  At first glance the white in the center of the bowl looked like a small poached egg but it was actually crème fraîche…two generous portions of magret de canard soon followed, served family style and surrounded by one of the most colorful assortments of vegetables I’ve ever seen in Paris.”

Meg Zimbeck (2008) “Choose a wine from the shelf and then put yourself in their capable kitchen hands. Market-fresh ingredients arrive in copper-plated casseroles, and desserts are as good as you’d expect…”

Marc Bittman for the New York Times (2009) “The food is often Michelin-star quality, and though the menu offers no choices — everyone gets the same soup, main course, salad and dessert — as long as your tastes are broad (or you’re a not-super-hungry vegetarian) you are going to be not only satisfied but happy…”

Colette Monsat for Figaroscope (2009) “Taillée dans un mouchoir de poche, cette cave à manger-épicerie fine, par ailleurs très convaincante, affiche souvent complet. ”

David Lebovitz (2006) “This first thing you notice about Les Papilles is the wine, and the place does double-duty as a wine bar. The window has boxes and boxes of bottles of wine stacked neatly, and as you walk in, one side of the restaurant is entirely devoted to wine and a few choice food products…”

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Guilo Guilo by Meg Zimbeck

Guilo Guilo

Reserve well in advance for a seat at the counter where you can watch Kyoto chef Eichi Edakuni prepare a modern Japanese feast before your eyes.

An absolute favorite

Practical information

Address: 8 rue Garreau, 75018
Nearest transport: Abbesses (12)
Hours: Open for dinner only, on varying days. Call for info.
Reservations: Book many weeks in advance
Telephone: 01 42 54 23 92
Average price for dinner: 35-49€
Style of cuisine: Japanese
Website

Reviews of interest

Aaron Ayscough (2011) “I left Guilo Guilo with the impression that Edakuni’s chief innovation there is not his food, which is unmysterious and delicious, but rather his aggressive rudeness and bald unprofessionalism.”

Patricia Wells (2011) “…the cheery, agile staff scurries about in very tight quarters, clearly organized and motivated. There is no  written men and no choice, just a set 45-euro menu each evening. Ours included some real highs, lows, and a few ho-hums. Tops on my list was the elegant, memorable cold-smoked mackerel (photo), strips of that fabulous fatty fish garnished with a nori sprinkle and piled on a bed of a fine julienne of shiso and black radish.”

François Simon (2008) “Cuisine vive, battante , voire brillante…”

Alexander Lobrano (2008) “This fabulous feast unfolded over the course of two hours and ran 45 Euros a head, a relative bargain given how astonishingly good the food was…”

Caroline Mignot (2008) “Autour du comptoir, on est tous identiquement positionnés…alignés les uns à la suite des autres sur de hauts tabourets, à regarder Eiichi, dévorant des yeux la prochaine création…”

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Le Chapeau Melon by Meg Zimbeck

Le Chapeau Melon

The “bowler hat” began as a wine shop featuring the astute organic selections of Olivier Camus (the former husband/co-owner of Raquel Carena/Le Baratin). Soon after, this caviste began serving dinner to a lucky few on Tuesday though Friday nights. His prix-fixe includes four incredible no-choice courses for less than €30. The selection of bottles that line the walls makes this a delight for any wine lover, and the cooking remains a steal for the price.

 An absolute favorite

Practical information

Address: 92 rue Rébeval, 75019
Nearest transport: Pyrenées or Belleville (11)
Hours: Dinner, Wednesday-Sunday; shop, Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-1pm and 4pm-8pm; closed Monday
Reservations: Book a few days in advance
Telephone: 01 42 02 68 60
Average price for dinner: 20-39€
Style of cuisine: Bistro à vins

Reviews of interest

Le Fooding (2013) “Olivier Camus, ex-patron du Baratin primé Fooding du meilleur caviste en 2001, est aussi un cuisinier doué, qui reçoit tous les soirs dans sa cave, sur les tables dépareillées au milieu des boutanches, autour d’un menu-carte à 34€ (sauf dimanche).”

Not Drinking Poison in Paris (2010) “I actually adore Le Chapeau Melon – it has almost everything I habitually seek in a restaurant. Camus’ self-trained cooking is tasteful but rugged, accented with game attempts at innovation; his wines are as humbly priced as they are masterfully chosen.

Barbra Austin (2010) “A meal at Le Chapeau Melon feels a little like going to a dinner party in a friend’s home, assuming that friend is an excellent cook with 200 wines on the shelves of her funky Belleville apartment.”

Bruno Verjus (2009) “Olivier s’affaire aux couteaux, les agneaux jouent des épaules, 19h45, bientôt l’heure de passer à table. Miam!”

Le Figaro (2008) “Insolite et convaincant.”

Caroline Mignot (2007) “Un caviste ultra gourmand pour passer quelques jolies soirées arrosées (et au vin naturel).”

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Akrame by John Talbott

Akrame

After leaving his post at the rococo, subterranean Konfidential, Gagnaire- and Adria-alum Akrame Benallal resurfaced with this eponymous restaurant in the 16th, serving globally-influenced cooking in a no-choice menu format.

Practical information

Address: 19 rue Lauriston, 75016
Nearest transport: Étoile (1, 2, 6, RER A)
Hours: Closed Sunday
Reservations: Book a few days in advance
Telephone: 01 40 67 11 16
Average price for lunch: 35-49€
Average price for dinner: 50-99€
Style of cuisine: Modern French
Website

Reviews of interest

Patricia Wells (2011) “His modern, all-grey dining room seats just 20 or so diners, with an open kitchen and a stool-height table d’hotes. His food is spontaneous, light, and both playful and serious at the same time. He is a fan of  sous vide or cooking ingredients vacuum-sealed in a low-temperature water bath. And he loves to get to the essence of an ingredient, turning it into dried powders that work a special magic.”

John Talbott (2011) “…surprise/market menu of the moment, no choices, take it or leave it. The main course was a faux filet of beef with a sweet potato puree, a tiny smear of burnt peanuts…also great…dessert was/were one of the best uses of mango…and some lime ice cream.”

Gilles Pudlowski (2011) “Akrame, lui, ne rigole pas. Il pratique le one man chaud pour tous, oeuvre selon le marché et les idées du moment, distillés en menus à tiroir. Peu chers le midi, plus onéreux le soir. C’est ouvert depuis deux mois et cela marche déjà très fort.”

Emmanuel Rubin – Figaroscope (2011) “…très construites sous l’apparence du spontané, légères comme fil de lin. Même si usé d’avoir trop servi, plaidons ici un talent soudain réenchanté.”

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Le Chateaubriand by Meg Zimbeck

Le Chateaubriand

You can only reserve for the first seating at Le Chateaubriand. After that, you’ll have to wait in line with everyone else for a stab at Iñaki Aizpitarte’s unique menu, a parade of forgotten vegetables, fish, and meat (some raw, some cooked) that landed the restaurant on San Pellegrino’s 50 Best list last year.

Practical information

Address: 129 Avenue Parmentier, 75011
Nearest transport: Goncourt (11)
Hours: Dinner only, Closed Sunday, Closed Monday
Reservations: Book many weeks in advance
Telephone: 01 43 57 45 95
Average price for dinner: 35-49€
Style of cuisine: Modern French

Reviews of interest

Gilles Pudlowski (2011) “Inaki Aizpitarte, basque bondissant, autodidacte malicieux…continue d’avancer à sa manière ludique et précise…il faut être au moins une fois. Et où le plaisir est dans l’assiette.”

Barbra Austin (2010) “The colors are odd and bold and there’s something painterly about the presentation…There’s a lightness to this food that I appreciate, particularly in summer.  And I like the way the ingredients retain their integrity…the end result can be oddly austere and occasionally jarring.”

Meg Zimbeck (2009) “…the dish names are deceptively simple.  For example, ‘tranche de boeuf, aubergine, faiselle’…Like most of Iñaki’s creations, it was a surprising combination of elements that I would never dream of putting together…”

Food Snob (2009) “This modern, cosmopolitan theme is in stark contrast to the very restaurant wherein it resides: contemporary cooking in a classic bistro; colourful food within sombre walls…”

Food & Wine (2009) “…radical reconstructions of classic French dishes (foie gras served in miso soup)—all marvelously incongruous…”

Le Fooding “…des plats qui sont meilleurs que d’autres, des jours où Iñaki excelle, d’autres où le plat n’a pas collé au Basque, et du monde, beaucoup de monde.  Nous, on adore!”

François Simon (2007) “…une table encensée par la presse…”

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Photo courtesy of Patricia Wells

Restaurant ES

Simplicity reigns here, both in the stark whitewashed room and in the delicate flavors and beautiful presentations of the no-choice Japanese tasting menu. Chef Takayuki Honjo was formerly at L’Astrance, Noma, and and Mugaritz.

Practical information

Address: 91 rue de Grenelle, 75007
Nearest transport: Solférino (12), Rue du Bac (12)
Hours: Open Tuesday-Saturday; Closed Sunday and Monday
Reservations: Book a few days in advance
Telephone: 01 45 51 25 74
Average price for lunch: 50-100€
Average price for dinner: 50-100€
Style of cuisine: japanese & sushi
Special attributes: no-choice menu

Reviews of interest

Franck Pinay-Rabaroust (2014) “Oui, tout est beau, bien cuit, joliment présenté, on sent que le chef aime bien les petits ronds de sauce au milieu de l’assiette… Mais tout cela ne fait pas vraiment une cuisine de l’émotion, une cuisine où l’on sent une franchise qui vous attrape sans vous prévenir, et vous transporte ne serait-ce qu’un petit peu. Le chef maîtrise ses gammes, mais la musique sonne un petit peu faux.”

François Simon (2013) “Bref, si vous aimez un récital au piano d’un surdoué, c’est parfait.”

Thierry Richard (2013) “Ce jeune surdoué de 33 ans y distille une cuisine d’une délicatesse et d’un raffinement impressionnants…un service rigoureux, aucun doute, on tient là l’un des meilleurs gastros, encore secret, de la capitale. Et avec un menu du déjeuner à 55€, l’une des meilleures tables d’affaires de la Rive Gauche.

Patricia Wells (2013) “Taka’s food is beautiful in every sense of the word… One of the best dishes sampled at his table was a roasted guinea fowl (pintade), teamed up with a delicate and colorful green pool of spinach cream, a shower of perfectly cooked autumn girolles (chanterelles), and the tiniest, most flavorful sautéed baby new potatoes, the size of an olive. But the crowning glory came in the way of a soothing hazelnut cream, applied like a palate knife to the plate, a nutty luxury that unified the entire dish. A creation triumphant in its simplicity and clarity of flavors.”

Le Fooding (2013) “Ou, plutôt, dans les assiettes : quatre, huit ou plus, en fonction du menu retenu, pour une démonstration brillante d’un travail d’orfèvre un peu (trop ?) miniature… (Mais qu’on se rassure, le pain de Poujauran et le beurre du Ponclet sont là pour boucher les creux!) Parmi nos souvenirs émus, un topinambour caramélisé au jus de scamorza, un chinchard fumé au bois de pommier, encre de seiche et physalis, un turbot à l’émulsion de crevettes, anis, endives et oseille rose, un suprême de volaille de Bresse, asperge verte et condiment salé œuf et truffe, et les très raffinés desserts de la pâtissière Yukiko Sakka.”

François-Régis Gaudry (2013) “Technique française, brutalisme d’avant-garde et minimalisme japonais. Prometteur…”

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La Tête dans les Olives by Barbra Austin

La Tête dans les Olives

Cédric Casanova works with olive growers in western Sicily to produce a line of superb oils, available at this closet of a shop along with smoked and dried fish, wild oregano and other Sicilian specialties. One private table for five featuring these products is available for dinner (and sometimes lunch), but you’ll have to book far in advance if you want it to be yours. Reservations by email only at latable@latetedanslesolives.com.

Practical information

Address: 2 rue St. Marthe, 75010
Nearest transport: Goncourt (11) or Colonel Fabien (2)
Hours: Boutique closed Sunday and Monday
Reservations: Reservations by email only at latable@latetedanslesolives.com
Telephone: 09 51 31 33 34
Average price for lunch: 20-34€
Average price for dinner: 20-34€
Style of cuisine: Italian
Website

Reviews of interest

Alexander Lobrano (2010) “To be sure, this place isn’t really a restaurant, but rather a table d’hotes…Sicilian home cooking at its best.”

François Simon (2010) “…renversant simplicité…très agréable…”

John Talbott (2010) “…like one big antipasti festival, with first-rate Sicilian ingredients from the sea and land.”

Barbra Austin (2010) “…mushroom caps stuffed with tapenade, thinly sliced carrots rolled around a filling of mint and ricotta salata, and caramelized squash wedges sweet as candy…Delicious.”

 

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sergent recruteur dining room

Le Sergent Recruteur

Michel Bras’ protégé Antonin Bonnet has taken over the former tourist trap near Notre Dame and transformed the space into a sleeker, chicer dining experience. Diners fly blind sans menu but can expect high quality local products.

Practical information

Address: 41 rue Saint-Louis-en Ile, 75004
Nearest transport: Pont Marie (7)
Hours: Dinner Tuesday-Saturday, Lunch on Friday & Saturday
Reservations: Book a few days in advance
Telephone: 01 43 54 75 42
Website
Average price for lunch: 50-100€
Average price for dinner: more than 100€
Style of cuisine: modern French
Special attributes: no choice menu, vegetarian options, market based cooking

Reviews of interest

Mark Bittman (2013) “Le Sergent Recruteur is splendidly located in the heart of Île St.-Louis; it’s swank, stylish and expensive and is loved by many. It’s also full of surprises, and the service is brilliant, but I did not think that the food delivered.”

François Simon (2013) “Nous étions au bar tranquillement à picorer une feuille de jambon, un soupir de viande, un baquet de vin rubis. Il y avait là comme une félicité rare à frôler l’excellence sans y succomber, déguster sans ressortir empaqueté ; pouvoir s’arrêter de manger comme l’on souhaite, accélérer soudainement. Deviser, dévisser puis partir lorsque les épidermes sont alertes. C’est cela la gastronomie d’aujourd’hui à Paris comme dans les grandes villes : alterner le haut plaisir et le plus simple et ce, dans une même adresse.”

John Talbott (2013) “Then came one of the best product seared scallops of my life with a carrot puree and a simply lovely bouillon/sauce; razor clams atop green al dente asparagus; and a nice piece of daurade with cauliflower heart.  Again, inventive, refreshing and interesting.”

Caroline Mignot (2013) “Produits triés sur le volet, vision pertinente, cuisine qui saisit son époque au vol, un goût de trop peu pour moi.”

Nicholas Lander (2013) “There is no menu in the restaurant. Instead, the staff engagingly ask for any intolerances or dislikes, and then list one or two of the more significant courses that night….My wife, much impressed by a fairly priced wine list of sensible length that includes, in her opinion, exciting producers from Italy, Germany, Greece, and Spain, chose a 2010 St-Joseph, Chemin Faisant, La Ferme des Sept Lunes.”

Le Fooding (2012) “Les comestibles tavernomiques collent au terroir parisien : œuf de Rambouillet, sirop d’angélique, noix fraîche, crème fouettée et oxalis. Ultra-technique et chromatique galantine de lapin rex du Poitou, foie gras, neige de pistache et gelée rubis de Banyuls. Les chairs limoneuses du mulet noir fleurissent à l’acidulé petit-lait du divin beurre ; potimarron et courge spaghetti en îlot réconfortent.”

Alexander Lobrano (2012) “Going on three hours now, we decided to cut things short, too, and concluded with an excellent fresh fig tart with vanilla ice cream. The bill for this meal ran over 300 Euros, which was rather heart-breaking, since it inevitably invited comparison to all of the other places we might have gone instead for a better and more enjoyable meal. Aside from the excruciatingly slow and disorganized service, the problem with this place you see is that the chef is more interested in showing off his culinary prowess, such as it is–and he does have talent, than he is in creating a sincerely memorable evening for his clientele.”

 

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Hidden Kitchen

Hidden Kitchen (Closed)

Book many weeks in advance for a seat at this fantastic table d’hotes, run by a young American couple in their apartment near Palais Royal. 100€ for ten courses, including bubbly and wine pairings. OCTOBER 2011: Hidden Kitchen is now closed, but you can find the pair at their new venture Verjus.

Practical information

Address: 75001
Reservations: Book many weeks in advance
Contact: e-mail hkreservations@gmail.com
Website

Average price for dinner: 50-99€
Style of cuisine: American
Special attributes: prix-fixe, market-based cooking, prestige ingredients, no-choice menu, communal table
Type of crowd: foodies, tourists
Interior: elegant & luxe
Atmosphere: casual

Reviews of interest

  • Le Figaro (2011) “Une quinzaine de convives venus partager un menu-dégustation (10 petits plats bouchées) épousant l’harmonie mets-vins. Plutôt chic, anglophone et visiblement succesfull puisque l’agenda affiche complet jusqu’à la mi-septembre.”
  • The New York Times (2010) “For the proprietors, being out of public view and restricting access offers greater autonomy and much more intimacy with clients. In this private Paris, discretion is valued over ostentation, and a family-like atmosphere is appreciated far more than mass appeal.”
  • Meg Zimbeck (2009) “Reserve well in advance for an inspired dinner, free-flowing wine and the chance to make new friends in a beautiful Parisian apartment.”
  • David Lebovitz (2009) “… impeccably fresh, and inventive.”
  • Travel + Leisure (2008) “The professional chefs from Seattle used their knife skills, and delicious market ingredients, to make new friends in a foreign city. Some 10,000 dinners later, their social circle could fill a small arrondissement.”
  • Food & Wine (2008) “After just 18 months, their dining atelier, which is also their apartment, has seen hundreds of diners, resulting in exponential expansion of their social circle—and buzz.  Dinners, which start with an aperitif and end with petit fours presented in a silver jewel box, are as artful as they are delicious.”
  • Clotilde Dusoulier (2007) “…a highly promising dinner, each dish tastefully plated, well balanced, and clean-flavored, projecting an energy that, to me, epitomizes contemporary American cuisine.”

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Konfidential

Konfidential

There’s no menu at Konfidential, hidden in a 15th century cave below a boutique hotel of the same name, only the whim and skill of chef Akrame Benallal, who has worked for Pierre Gagnaire and Ferran Adria. Konsider yourself warned/informed. UPDATE (April 2011): Chef Benallal has moved on to open Akrame.

Practical information

Address: 64 rue de l’Arbre Sec, 75001
Nearest transport: Louvre-Rivoli (1)
Hours: Closed Saturday and Sunday
Reservations: Book a few days in advance
Telephone: 01 53 34 40 40
Website
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Average price for lunch: 20-34€
Average price for dinner: 50-100€
Style of cuisine: Modern French
Special attributes: prix-fixe, market-based cooking, no-choice menu, open Monday
Type of crowd: suits, style hounds
Interior: elegant & luxe
Atmosphere: romantic

Reviews of interest

  • Alexander Lobrano (2010) “…our first course–finely sliced scallops in a light seafood bouillon with toasted rice grains…a delicate and very pleasant dish…This was a menu that had been dexterously designed to encourage romance…if you’re shopping a venue for an amusing tete a tete meal with good food, you might like this place…”
  • François-Régis Gaudry – L’Express (2010) “Un grand talent, caché dans une petite cave…Il n’y a pas grand monde pour faire l’effort de descendre dans cette petite cave aveugle et voûtée pas franchement engageante, avec ses velours beigeasses, ses sets de table dorés, son mobilier néorococo un peu cheap et son feu de cheminée sur écran plat…Akrame Benallal fait l’effet d’un naufragé sur une île déserte qui fait des grands signes face à l’horizon dans l’espoir qu’on le repère.”
  • Emmanuel Rubin – Le Figaro (2010) “Il y a quelque chose de gentiment schizo dans cette table qui, à trop se voir planquée (en cave, sous les pierres voûtées d’un petit hôtel boudoir), se cherche une contenance en surjouant des menus surprises un poil fardés…”

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La Bigarrade by Meg Zimbeck

Bigarrade

Chef Christophe Pélé sold and left Bigarrade in early 2012. Chef Yasuhiro Kanayama has taken over, to much acclaim.

Practical information

Address: 106 rue Nollet, 75017
Nearest transport: Brochant (13)
Hours: Dinner, Monday-Saturday; lunch, Tuesday-Friday; Closed Saturday, closed Sunday
Reservations: Book many weeks in advance
Telephone: 01 42 26 01 02
Website
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Average price for lunch: 50-99€
Average price for dinner: 50-99€
Style of cuisine: Modern French
Special attributes: prix-fixe, market-based cooking, prestige ingredients, haute cuisine, no-choice menu, open Monday
Type of crowd: foodies
Interior: polished & modern
Atmosphere: formal

Reviews of interest

  • Alexander Lobrano (2012) “…superb…Though compatible with Pele’s approach, Kanayama’s cooking is actually much subtler and even more quietly provocative when it comes to sensual contrasts of texture, as seen in a sublime little dish of lobster with grilled banana in lemon-verbena foam…La Bigarrade remains an urgently well-recommended…”
  • John Talbott (2012) “it’s a “forced” or “surprise” menu and the plates (with identifying announcements in French or English) roll out one after another…A strawberry/foie gras concoction, marinated fish with microtomed cauliflower, razor clams with petit pois and apricots…barbue with carrots and orange slices, veal with cabbage…Go? Goodness yes.”
  • Emmanuel Rubin – Figaroscope (2012 – new chef) “…microcompositions tellement graciles…Tout est très soigné, précis, méticuleux, sûrement cérébral et peut-être plein de sentiment, seulement voilà, on ne peut s’interdire cette impression de manger la bouche en cul-de-poule…”
  • Bruno Verjus (2011) “Ici réside l’âme de la cuisine. La précision, le ballet de la gestuelle du chef, l’intelligence des mets, des saveurs, me laissent à chaque fois sans voix et presque sans mot… Du génie à l’état pur!”
  • Meg Zimbeck (2010) “…deflating and befuddled. It was cluttered and careless, like a teenager’s MySpace page that uses seven different fonts. We were subjected, over and over again, to pairings that made absolutely no sense.”
  • Thierry Richard (2009) “Belle, étonnante, subtile et sacrément bien maîtrisée la cuisine de Christophe Pelé est un ravissement.”
  • John Talbott (2008) “…it didn’t come off for any of us as over a 5/10 meal… It is often said that Bigarrade is the “new Spring”, but we think it is not.”
  • François Simon (2008) “…franchement, c’est brillant.”

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Rino by Meg Zimbeck

Rino (CLOSED)

Giovanni Passerini made a name for Rino with his modern market cooking and handmade pastas. He sold Rino in late 2013. NOW CLOSED

Practical information

Address: 46 rue Trousseau 75011 – NOW CLOSED

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Reviews of interest

  • François Simon (2010) “…une table agréable et valeureuse.”
  • Barbra Austin (2010) “a parade of very pretty plates… a fantastic escabeche of rouget with white asparagus…sardine ravioli in fennel consommé…a thick, trembling cut of cod with pil pil sauce..”
  • Meg Zimbeck (2010) “I was delighted…There’s something really fun about looking at a menu and having no idea about the taste of the proposed dishes.”
  • Alexander Lobrano (2010) “Simple, sincere, delicious, intense, this was one of the best meals I’ve eaten in a longtime…”
  • Phyllis Flick (2010) “…daring market-based cuisine is light without the use of heavy sauces, using the best of seasonal ingredients including stunning vegetables…”
  • John Talbott (2010) “Great fish, wonderful chef and waitstaff, otherwise OK.”
  • Emmanuel Rubin – Le Figaro (2010) “Une cuisine d’entre slam et ring, tout à la fois énergique, dans l’élan, dans l’influx, épatante à jongler entre le naturel et le juteux…”

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