Everyone told me about this place and I can now finally say that I tried it. Tested, approved, loved it.
Nestled in the bustling Saint-Denis street, at the beginning of the cute passage Grand Cerf, this bistro – and its recently opened wine bar – offers a menu for 35 € (or 55 € for large appetites). In the kitchen, the very young chef Julien Kervien who trained at the Atelier Robuchon, creates dishes as beautiful as paintings, made of unusual flavors and fresh ingredients. Since the starters, my taste buds were conquered by the fennel pannacotta and tomato cream, I dream of making it at home again since then. As for the actual entrée, the creamy bisque, salicornia and raw langoustine is surprising ; then comes the main, the duck breast, with its hibiscus candied turnips and fried renkon, excellent. The desserts are also delicious, whether the crepe suzette with oranges and timut pepper or the beautiful plate of strawberries, red bean paste and matcha. Anyway, I will definitely go back, especially to try that tempting burger with black pudding sausage for lunch!
Le Pas Sage
1 Passage du Grand Cerf