Posts Tagged ‘Saturne’

Maigre with red currants and fennel at Septime, a contemporary French restaurant in the 11th Arrondissement from Michelin-starred chef Bertrand Grébaut


For superb contemporary cooking, Septime is the Paris restaurant to book.

Chef Bertrand Grébaut went into business in late spring with grant money from Evian, which aptly deemed him a promising […]

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Poularde racines at Vivant, a Paris bistro by Pierre Jancou in the 10th Arrondissement


After leaving Racines nearly two years ago, Pierre Jancou is back with a beautiful new address. One of the most talked-about Paris bistros this season, Vivant is housed in a former bird shop, decorated with exquisite tile work, painted with peacocks perched among leafy garlands in a million shades of green and yellow.

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Chef Sven Chartier and sommelier Ewan Lemoigne, formerly of Racines, in the passage des Panoramas, are running the show at this slick new table in the 2nd Arrondissement, near the Bourse.

There are reminders of Racines to be found at Saturne, but not in the decor. If you like your Paris restaurants cramped and quirky…

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