The location (across from the Natural History Museum’s entrance and tree-lined square) could not be more ideal for this up-and-coming restaurant run by the intrepid young chef Jean-François Pantaléon. With his extensive experience in some of the greatest kitchens (La Mare aux Oiseaux, La Duchesse Anne, La Grande Cascade, Le Meurice, Apicius) and his own culinary venture (Coretta, Paris 17th arrondissement), he will delight you with a sophisticated, intuitive and delicate cuisine, served in a stylish setting (bearing the signature of Brune de la Guerrande), that will surely impress. Well-paced service.
Raw veal / smoked eel / creamy masala broth
Crisp yet tender veal sweetbreads / woodland sunflower / lemon
Chocolate lime tart / basil / sweet almond sorbet