This new restaurant is a welcome addition to a street that already boasts a number of good locations. A fine tribute to the cooking of Tomy Gousset, a brilliant disciple of Alleno and Soliverès, who heads the kitchen, teamed with the young and talented sommelier Michaël Morais. The decor is full-fledge neo-bistro with its wide-board wood flooring, dark oak tables, deep brown bench seats and walls lined with horizontal bottles. The two partners have wisely chosen the path of reason when it comes to prices, with a remarkable prix-fixe menu for only e45, served at both lunch and dinner. A great deal despite a few supplements for the dishes prepared with more noble ingredients. If you come for dinner, we highly recommend the e65 tasting menu: you won’t regret it. And for a truly festive meal, opt for the wine and food pairing, also worth its while at e35! Depending on the day, you could enjoy some fabulously melt-in-your-mouth gnocchi with autumn truffles, old Comté cheese and crispy chestnuts. And don’t miss the Apicius duck with yellow beetroot confit, fennel chutney and pickled grapes. Without seeking to complete with the dish by Senderens, who brought it back into favor, this is something truly worth (re)discovering. The chocolate-coffee tart with pear ice cream and crunchy hazelnuts provides the perfect finishing touch. Don’t wait to give this place a try.
Noon to 2pm and 7pm to 10:30pm Closed Saturday and Sunday Average price: €45