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Le Pantruche

Restaurant Le Pantruche in ParisLe Pantruche (Paris)

Franck Baranger and Edouard Bobin’s motherhouse (who also own Caillebotte, Belle Maison and Le Coucou) continues winning over SoPi palates with its 100% retro Parisian décor: Art Deco curves, mirrored walls, a zinc bar, moleskin benches…. However, it’s nothing like Franck’s plates, which take a cheeky amount of pleasure shaking up the bistro classics! The day we went for lunch, the set menu included: romano pepper stunningly cooked over the open flame and paired with veal gravlax and a creamy chimichurri sabayon; an incredibly tender roasted pork chop served with a butternut mousseline and a parsley-garlic oil, turnips and mustard seeds; before selecting a dessert à la carte, with delicious roasted Solliès figs served with a plump, flaky brioche and a sweet chilled orange blossom cream – unless you’d rather opt for the classic Grand Marnier soufflé with salted caramel. // O.D. and D.S.

FEELING THIRSTY? Pretty grape juices: a Morgon from Steve Charvet (€7 a glass), a Loire Chenin from Bonnigant-Bodet (€34 a bottle), Terre de Lune, a Côtes-du-Rhône red from the Domaine La Réméjeanne (€40), Bedeau, a Burgundy red from Frédéric Cossard (€64)…

PRICE: Set menus €14-19 (lunch), menu €38 (dinner), à la carte €41-47.

Getting there

Restaurant Le Pantruche
3, rue Victor-Massé
Paris
(75009)
France
48.8804459
2.339839500000039
TEL: +33 1 48 78 55 60
Subway: Anvers, Pigalle, Saint-Georges