It’s a chic and intimate dining room. One party wall is exposed stone; the rest are off white. Abstract paintings hang at strategic intervals. The kitchen is a windowed enclosure at the rear of the room. Simply stylish; stylishly simple. Michelin veteran Dominique Bouchet’s latest restaurant is the perfect destination for a civilised lunch close to Parc Monceau. Between pan fried scallops (braised endives with orange butter) and trout cooked in low temperature (cold cream of corn and peppers, wasabi mayonnaise, golden brown brioche) the waiter serves “a present from the Chef: king prawn and cauliflower curd”. We avoid clichés like the plague but Dominique Bouchet knows his French onions. Chablis from Domaine Vincent Danvissat, 2017 rounds off a sophisticated lunch.
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What a great blog! Just cane across this.
Thank you. Do keep reading.
Is that rain in the outside photograph? Looks so atmospheric….. Beautiful. Lav ❤️
Well spotted. Not intentionally captured but yes it was pouring down yesterday. The winter sun is back now though! LVB X
It’s a hard life… Kiki 😉 xx
More work than you think haha! LVB X
Don’t know it but looks good
Have you moved to Paris yet?!! Chantelle XX 💋
Just a few technicalities then we’re off! LVB X
We do recommend it.
Fabulous photography yet again