This restaurant is above all an incredible place, set in the old store of the Stern Graveur, classified as Historic Monument, in the heart of the Passage des Panoramas. Cordoue leather and original woodwork have been enriched with a decor designed by Starck, which has found the right tone, between tradition and modernity, between wolves stuffed with windows and Hudson flesh. A rather unusual style that creates a unique atmosphere of its kind, half-dolce vita, half-boudoir. Behind this project, two Italian brothers who own an haute cuisine restaurant in Padua, and David Lanher, a trendy serial restaurateur to whom you also owe Racine, Racine 2, Vivant et Paradis in our capital. The menu, without surprise, displays 100% Italian dishes by adding some must-eat (the calf's ribs alla milanese, the spaghetti alla carbonara), Venetian influences (the liver alla veneziana with a crispy polenta), some more personal touches (the steam-cooked vegan pizza (sic)) or more gastronomic (mushroom risotto with light cream, pine nuts and white truffle). Except for a few details, a great classic cuisine as a whole, rustic as often in Italy but never vulgar. In sum, an invitation to travel.
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