La Régalade Saint-Honoré, spearheading the bistronomic movement

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La Régalade Saint-Honoré, spearheading the bistronomic movement

Chef Bruno Doucet's restaurant highlights modern French bistronomic cuisine.

La Régalade Saint-Honoré impresses with its friendly hospitality, impeccable service, and old-world atmosphere. It has a chic, understated feel and minimalist, pared back, contemporary decor, with pale-coloured walls and red seating creating a warm, authentic terroir restaurant.

On the menu, the chef Bruno Doucet, who honed his skills in the kitchens of French gastronomic greats like Charles Barrier, Jean-Pierre Vigato and Pierre Gagnaire, serves up a creamy cuttlefish ink risotto with stir-fried king prawns and ham, garlic and parsley. Follow that with a steak of meagre fish cooked on the skin with fennel, gravy in basil and an herb salad. Alternatively, the slow-cooked veal hock confit in gravy and served with glazed seasonal vegetables in sage butter wins a vote of confidence. To complete this culinary experience, order the "Venezuela" chocolate pudding cake and homemade coffee ice cream, the star dessert at La Régalade. Very fresh cuisine that will undoubtedly surprise you! Be sure to book ahead.

La Régalade Saint-Honoré
106 rue Saint-Honoré
75001 Paris

+33 (0)1 42 21 92 40

https://www.laregalade.paris

Menu: around 40 EUR