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Restaurant Polissons in ParisPolissons (Paris) - © Polissons

Warning: this establishment was tested before the reign of Covid 19… Certain information may no longer be up to date in regards to the current situation: hours, menu, prices…

This sophisticated bistro with Scandi-chic décor (white-blue tones, fairy lights, a tiled bar) has a good grip on bistronomic cuisine. Cooked up by Romain Lamon (ex-Ritz, Bristol and Richer) and appreciated by your loyal servants the day we went for lunch, the set menu featured: a surfing sea bream carpaccio with herbs, toasted almonds and purple mustard for the house’s classic appetizer; a beautiful pork filet mignon with red kuri squash or whole grilled mackerel with a potato espuma; stunning blackberry and fig pavlova – or a honey millefeuille for dessert. At night, the (open) kitchen blushes with pleasure over beautiful shared cuts of meat, like the Blonde d’Aquitaine prime rib served with smashed fingerling potatoes from Le Touquet and a siphoned béarnaise sauce, or skate meunière with fingerling potatoes and a parsley coulis… A dream! A special mention for the excellent homemade bread. // F.V.

FEELING THIRSTY? There’s a selection of outstanding clean wines put together by Julia Sfez: A Bouche Que Veux Tu, a Provence white from Christophe Comor or a Beaujolais from the Domaine de Fa (€6 a glass), a Vacqueyras red, Le Sang des Cailloux (€39 a bottle) or even a divine Vouvray, Le Mont 1997, from the Domaine Huet (€85).

PRICE: Set menu €17-24 (weekday lunch), menu €65 (dinner), à la carte €32-66. 

Getting there

Restaurant Polissons
35, rue Ramey
MOBILE: +33 6 46 63 57 50
Subway: Jules Joffrin