If Alain Dutournier is known to be the chef of Carré des Feuillants in the 1st arrondissement, but also that of Pinxo right bank and Pinxo left bank, it must be remembered that when he arrived from his native Gascogne, he began his Parisian career at Trou Gascon, a very beautiful restaurant that still belongs to him. In a very contemporary setting, you can treat yourself to an excellent cuisine with touches of the Southwest but there's more. For an overview of this beautiful cuisine, choose the Passion lunch that changes regularly. Among the dishes to be enjoyed without hesitation, you can find a spice-crusted duckling fillet and a cod escalope accompanied by a virgin juice with piquillo, as for the dessert, the address leaves us the choice between a faisselle pastorale, a parfait ivoire or a damier praliné. The Découverte en 7 services menu is sublime from start to end: Billy by the rave with saffron, marinated scallop damier, foie gras escalope and its cake stuffed with Jerusalem artichokes, snackéed bass fillet and stuffed brandade, hazelnut-crusted partridge and soft cabbage aumônière, brillat savarin with mendiant fruit and lime macaroon, orange crémeux and mandarin sorbet.
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