Food and drink
Revisited terroir, focusing on quality raw materials and some imaginative touches. For lunch I had an interesting starter mixing raw and cooked salmon and crunchy julienned veg and a tender beef shank, also saw lots of people tucking into large steaks. Other dishes include chestnut soup with crispy bacon garnish, veal picata with ginger and lemon and a vegetarian pasta dish. The wine list is a serious tome featuring a lot of regional organic bottles, some classy Bordeaux, such as Haut-Brion, and even a few interesting foreign wines.
Relaxed and casual with a stylish feel, drawing chatty foodies and fashion folk, though beware tables are tightly packed, so not the place to pour out secrets.
Lithe fashionably bearded waiters who appeal to the Marais gay crowd though the clientele is eclectic and mixed.
Discretely placed on one of the southern Marais's classic cruising and shopping streets.
Around 45 euros à la carte, though there's an excellent value weekday blackboard lunch formule (17 euros two courses) - ask for it or they'll only produce the carte.
Older sibling Glou on 101 rue Vieille-du-Temple has more of a wine bar feel.
- First-time travellers
- Mature travellers
- Seasoned travellers
- Chilling out