Guy Savoy has made a fresh start on Quai des Grands-Augustins: say goodbye to Les Bouquinistes and hello to Supu Ramen! In this ultra-colorful striking spot (apple green floors, walls covered in graffiti by Fabrice Hyber, a big glass shelf filled with mugs and maneki-neko), we slurp up Frenchified ramen prepared by chef Stéphane Perraud, who was poached from the previous location. For us the night we went: a delicate little bowl of sushi rice topped with grilled marinated mackerel; generous ramen combining pork broth, homemade noodles made with organic flour from the Moulins de Brasseuil, thin slices of French pork belly, a piece of sabodet (a thick Lyonnais sausage) and an incredible miso-mustard sauce. It’s worth mentioning that they also serve a vegan version made with miso broth, eggplant, tomato, edamame and fried onions. And for something sweet? Yuzu and candied ginger rice pudding or an incomparable Earl Grey tea and sancho peppercorn sorbet. // F.P.
FEELING THIRSTY? Genmaicha green tea (hot or cold) from Jugetsudo (€4.50 for a mug), Kirin beer (€6 for a pint) and a few wines: a Loire Chardonnay from Francis Jourdain (€4.50 a glass) or a Beaujolais from Lucien Lardy (€25 a bottle).
PRICE: Appetizers €5.80 to €10.80, ramen €13.80 to €15.80, half-desserts €4.80.