Fine dining

French cuisine at its best

In the flood of bistronomic addresses, it’s great to finally discover a restaurant that really fits into the French gastronomic tradition. Here, the cooking is done according to the rules of the art, with products well sourced and cooked with care. We loved it! It is true that Julien Osty, already owner of the famous Grill Room and Sergeant Garcia, managed his casting, in deman- dant to Matthieu Garrel (former disciple of the star Gérard Besson and renowned restaurateur who held the excellent Table du Bélisaire) to write the map, and entrusting the stoves to the executive chef Arnaud Gatard, all headed by David Delpanque, a remarkable professional who also plays the role of sommelier with brio! What to feast on of warm leeks pencils in ravigote sprinkled with small croutons to bring crunch (11 €), a succulent and very generous vol-au-vent (38 €) with everything you need of sweetbreads and poultry (38 €), escorted by mashed potatoes and a pot of supreme sauce to water it as you wish, and finally a creamy rice with half-salt caramel (€12) suggestive of tender childhood memories. With several, feast around a real sausage of Lozère just roasted, served by the meter (69 € per meter) or an impeccable shoulder of lamb of Lozère confite (85 €) served for 3, 4 or 5 people. In this house full of charm with its walls with shelves filled with bottles, its tables nicely covered and its cozy nooks, we have only one desire: to have his napkin ring!

  • 12:30 to 2:30pm and 7:00 pm to 9:45 pm
  • Open daily
  • Average price: 55 €.

Magnum 150 cl

1, rue de Phalsbourg, 75017 Paris Phone : +33143809043
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