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Le Pantruche

Restaurant Le Pantruche in ParisLe Pantruche (Paris)

Best bistrot Guide 2012

Franck Baranger and Edouard Bobin’s motherhouse (who also own CaillebotteBelle Maison and Le Coucou) continues winning over SoPi palates with its 100% retro Parisian décor: Art Deco curves, walls covered in mirrors, 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 €19 set menu sent out by Edouard included: incredible chard-apricot-ginger ravioli in a passion fruit-tonka bean emulsion; tender roasted pork chops with cauliflower mousseline, steamed green cabbage and mustard seeds; before a classic Grand Marnier and salted caramel soufflé for dessert – or tantalizing figs roasted in red wine, with hazelnut crumble and verbena ice cream. // O.D.

FEELING THIRSTY? Pretty grape juices: a Touraine white from the Frissants (€7 a glass), a Côtes-de-Provence rosé from the Château des Sarrins (€30 a bottle), a Saint-Estèphe from the Château Lavillotte (€44).

PRICE: Dish of the day €14, set menu €19 (lunch), menu €38 (dinner), à la carte €41-47.

Getting there

Restaurant Le Pantruche
3, rue Victor-Massé
TEL: +33 1 48 78 55 60
Subway: Anvers, Pigalle, Saint-Georges