La Régalade Conservatoire

Chef Bruno Doucet took over La Régalade (now closed) from his boss Yves Camdeborde in 2004, then added La Régalade Saint Honoré in 2010. This location, part of a new boutique hotel designed by Jean-Michel Wilmotte, opened in February 2013 and is serving classic Doucet bistro fare like house-made terrine, pork belly with lentils, sea bream with fennel, rice pudding, and a Grand Marnier soufflé.

Jules et Shim

Practical information

Address: 22 rue des Vinaigriers, 75010
Nearest transport: Jacques Bonsergent (5)
Hours: Open every day for lunch and dinner
Telephone: +33 1 58 20 17 91 (reservations not accepted)
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Jules et Shim in pictures

What people are saying

Hipsters in Paris (2013) “It’s the exact kind of simple, inexpensive and super fresh Asian food the canal needs, made even more genial by it’s picnic ready packaging.”

Time Out (2013) “Order some extra toppings, because the seasoning tends to get sidelined as the chefs struggle to keep up with the demand at lunchtime… For all its fresh healthy goodness, the bibimbap doesn’t quite hold up on the flavour front. The starters (cucumber soup, veggie salads) are a better bet… theirs is a kitchen we’d love to love – we may just have to wait a while longer for it to settle in.”

Our Guide to Normandy

Normandy-Cow

Activities for Food Lovers

Musée de Camembert (in Vimoutiers)

Delicious Normandy Food Tours (in Bayeux)

Restaurants

Le Vauban (in Port-en-Bessin-Huppain)

Auberge le Clos Saint Julien (in Saint-Julien-sur-Calonne)

Manoir de la Drôme (in Balleroy)

Restaurant La Sapinière (in Saint-Laurent-sur-Mer)

La Rotonde (in Port-en-Bessin-Huppain)

Cheese & Dairy

La Fromagerie Graindorge (in Livarot)

Coopérative Isigny Sainte-Mère (in Isigny-sur-Mer)

La Fromagerie de Bayeux (in Bayeux)

Wine & Cider

Alexander Lobrano

Alexander Lobrano by Steven RothfeldAlexander Lobrano is the Consulting Features Editor for Paris by Mouth.

Alec was European Correspondent for Gourmet magazine from 1999 until it closed in 2009, and has written about food and travel for Bon Appetit, Food & Wine, Travel & Leisure, Departures, Conde Nast Traveler, and many other publications in the United States and the United Kingdom since he moved to Paris in 1986. He is a contributing editor at Saveur magazine and a regular contributor to the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Guardian. In 2011, he was awarded the IACP’s Bert Greene award for culinary writing for his article “Spirit of the Bistro” in Saveur magazine. He is the author of Hungry for Paris: The Ultimate Guide to the City’s 109 Best Restaurants, Second Edition (Random House, 2014) and Hungry for France (Rizzoli, 2014).

Our Guide to Craft Beer Bars & Shops

Grillé

This might be the most pedigreed kebab you’ll ever eat: prepared by Le Chateaubriand alum Frédéric Peneau with meat from butcher Hugo Desnoyer, homemade spelt flatbread, and herbs from Annie Bertin. Veal, lamb, or pork (depending on the day), the kebabs are served with your choice of white sauce (fromage frais and horseradish) or green (a barely spicy, green tomato and pepper sauce). A vegetarian option beyond the fries will be available soon. There aren’t any seats on-site, or even in the immediate vicinity, so be prepared to eat it on the go.

Camille Malmquist

Camille MalmquistCamille Malmquist is a pastry chef who has worked in restaurants, bakeries, and pastry shops both in Paris and the United States. She has written for Secrets of Paris and Girls’ Guide to Paris, and wrote the dessert and bun recipes for Hamburger Gourmet (Marabout, 2012). A native of the Pacific Northwest, Camille has been a fan of craft beer since before she could afford to drink it. She’s been seeking out good beer in France since her arrival in 2008, a pursuit that has become increasingly fruitful as the French craft beer scene comes into its own.  She posts beer reviews, cooking tips, recipes, and travel stories on her blog Croque-Camille, and ideas for seasonal cooking on its little sibling, Seasonal Market Menus.

Top 3 Paris Tastes

Website

http://croquecamille.wordpress.com/

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Le Mary Celeste

Le Mary Celeste is a venture from the people behind Candelaria and Glass. Accordingly, there’s a solid cocktail program and two Brooklyn beers on tap. Another creative and beautiful (now nautical) interior from David Rager, Cheri Messerli and Gilles Tombeur. These get a lot of attention, as do the rotating cast of mostly wild oysters sold seasonally by the piece for 2-5€. 

Paris by Mouth launches with a party at Spring Boutique

Before launching at 5:00 this morning, the PbM crew celebrated the new website with a few hundred glasses at Spring Boutique.

All photos by Nicolas Calcott

LowResolution_img_2972The crowd at Spring Boutique spills out onto the sidewalk

LowResolution_img_2844Drew Harré and Daniel Rose

LowResolution_img_2942 Clotilde Dusoulier, Laura Adrian and Ellise Pierce

LowResolution_img_2849Phyllis Flick

LowResolution_img_2559Christophe Wakim (and girlfriend Oanèse) in the spotlight

LowResolution_img_2672Elisabeth Fourmont, David LebovitzMeg Zimbeck and Daniel Rose

LowResolution_img_2883Bruno Verjus, chasing the good stuff.

LowResolution_img_2880 Barbra Austin and Bertrand Celce