Posts Tagged ‘Spring Restaurant’

Carre de cochon ibérique, an exquisite pork dish at Pierre Jancou's 10th Arrondissement Paris bistro Vivant Table

Vivant Table

It was with some trepidation that I ventured into Vivant Table to try Pierre Jancou’s recently updated Paris bistro. Vivant opened in April of 2011 to mostly rave reviews, but Girls’ Guide founder Doni Belau had a less-than-perfect experience when she dined there, with beyond poor service and inedible items on the plate. So I was curious to see where things would fall for me.

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Fennel and radicchio salad at Au Passage, a small-plates wine bar in the 11th Arrondissement of Paris

Au Passage

It’s very possible that you will second-guess your directions on the way to Au Passage. This Paris wine bar, which opened late last summer, is on a nondescript street with virtually no other visible commerce, little traffic and no character. All of which, of course, is part of its charm.

No money seems to have been put into the room.

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Saturne

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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