This neighbourhood address has a well-established reputation. Le Troquet is friendly, colorful with pretty simple frescoes on the walls, sometimes a little restless, but guests are always warmly welcomed and well served! A little garlic bread for the aperitif, and there you go! After embellishment work, Le Coude Fou had a new chef in 2016, NIcolas Girard, who has created a new menu. After 7 years at the service of Alain Dutournier's address, the former chef of Mangetout, this young chef offers a more contemporary menu than before without neglecting the always appreciated classics at Le Coude Fou. A Menu du Marché (market menu) is now served at lunch and dinner time on weekdays and the "Sunday casserole" is a traditional recipe which changes each month and at low prices.
On the menu, you will find for example a very original smooth whiting with lemongrass-coconut emulsion, but also a Black Angus prime cut of beef or a more classical calf sweetbread with cream.
The choice is varied enough to satisfy everyone. You will enjoy quality and tasty dishes. The wine list is rather ingenious and allows you to learn more about the wines that you enjoy with pleasure.
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