With its façade lit up by neon lights, old dive mosaic tiling, overly bright lights and a kitchen hidden behind a cinderblock wall, Aymeric Kräml’s bistro (who used to work at L’Epigramme in Paris) hides its cards well. Because here at Le Globe, the cuisine is serious business! The day we went for lunch, the €16.50 menu included: tasty charcuterie directly from the Iberian Peninsula; chicken supreme with crispy skin, unfussy vegetables, a mushroom emulsion and its juices; before a lemon mascarpone cream, sandwiched between a tuile and a shortbread crust. // A.Be.
FEELING THIRSTY? The only disappointment was the weak selection of wines by the glass (Chapeau Melon, a Loire white from Jérémie Huchet, €2.90), which poorly reflected the diversity of the selection by the bottle: a Roussillon white from the Domaine des Mathouans (€32 a bottle), a Gard red from the Domaine les Lys (€24), etc.
PRICE: Menus €14.50 to €16.50 (lunch), à la carte €26-32 (dinner).