After several months of renovation the iconic café Le Nemours reopens its doors with a new menu and a new design. The architect Michael Malapert restores it’s youth with clearer and more opened architecture while preserving) the spirit of a café so typical in Paris.
For lunch or dinner in a courtyard, the deserters (alias Daniel Baratier and Alexandre Céret) ed the Sergent Recruteur restaurant to create this brightly lit bistro with a glance over their shoulder at the mythical establishment from whence they came. The former second-in- command and the wine waiter have here joined forces to take on the neo-bistro movement at its own game.
Opened in the summer of 2013, le Perchoir is a Parisian’s fantasy come true. The work of Christophe Talon, Adrien Boissaye, Olivier Talon and Emmanuel Collignon, this rooftop of an industrial building has been transformed into a terrace bar. At rst sight hidden from view, the surprise hits you when you reach the summit.
The Opera Garnier quietly called on architect Odile Decq to deck its protean mezzanine with tables and create a restaurant. Nestled among the pillars of the eastern flank, the restaurant came into existence like an image that flickers and waves before coming into focus.
Tatiana Levha learned her trade at L’Arpège and L’Astrance. With her sister Katia, she has opened a restaurant in which they serve a series of highly original dishes with a subtly exotic twist that can perhaps be put down to their Polish and Filipino roots. On the menu, cod with grapefruit, sesame and roast vegetables, sweetbreads with Artichoke and preserved lemon, pink praline tart with ribbons of raw rhubarb and yoghurt ice cream.