Tatiana Levha, formerly at L’Arpège and L’Astrance, and her sister Katia opened this light, airy bistro with a central bar & hand painted ceiling. We’re crazy about the tartare at Le Servan, studded with crunchy peanuts and cucumbers and enlivened by thai chili sauce. This dish is representative of Le Servan’s approach to tweaking bistro classics. You’ll also find boudin noir wrapped in a fried wonton wrapper, white asparagus with a tonsazu vinaigrette. Desserts, like their towering Paris-Brest, lean a little more classic.
32 Rue Saint-Maur, 75011
Open Monday-Friday for lunch & dinner
Open Saturday for dinner only
Reservations online or at +33 1 55 28 51 82
Le Servan was recommended to me by a Parisian foodie – first, I love that the two sisters own this restaurant – I arrived with no reservation but was seated at the small bar facing the kitchen. The staff was friendly and professional, and the place was packed within 5 minutes of opening. I had an incredible “Bluefin Tuna Brioche” as well as a “crispy ginger chicken” and “boudin noir won tons” – the mix of flavor and culture was perfect!
Thanks for a splendid meal tonight, our last in Paris this time around. Whilst we had not made a booking we were fortunate to get the last table. Menu is changed and printed daily to take advantage of fresh seasonal produce. A la carte and mid-range price for the quality. International/French cuisine and food well presented. Variety of wines to select from. Take a look and make a booking in advance to secure you get the experience. Several people were turned away whilst we were there and left disappointed.