Published on September 30th, 2014 | by Le Gastronome Parisien0
Qui Plume la Lune after its first Michelin star
Three years since the Chef Jacky Ribault has settled in the 11th arrondissement and opened his restaurant Qui Plume la Lune. Born and educated in Britain, he moved to Paris and Alain Passard and Pierre Gagnaire kitchens to perfect his technique. By taking the head of the Franco-Japanese restaurant Shozam, Jacky Ribault falls in love with Japanese cuisine. Since then, Japanese techniques and products continue to influence his cuisine. This year, Qui Plume la Lune received its first award from the Michelin Guide inspectors. First star that comes quietly illuminate the dining scene of eastern Paris.
Saint-Jacques, Green Asparagus and Parsley Sorbet
Fried soft shell crab dipped in a pumpkin Cream
Pollack, Black sesame Cream and Mango condiment
Veal, Foie Gras Cream and Katsuobushi
Poached pear, Breton shortbread and Candyfloss
Should Go ? Yes, despite some disappointments, Qui Plume la Lune is quite recommendable.
With ? For a romantic dinner.
Go Back ? Why not. Probably more for the atmosphere than for the originality of the cuisine.
Expensive ? If we consider only the content of the plate, I think yes. From € 60 at lunch to 85 € at dinner, we hope a little more tasty surprises. However, the charm of the place and the quality of service also pay one way or another.
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Qui Plume la Lune
50 Rue Amelot – Paris 11th
Metro : Chemin Vert
Tel. : 01 48 07 45 48
Open from Wednesday to Saturday at Lunch and Dinner.
Résumé : Qui Plume la Lune is the restaurant of experienced Chef Jacky Ribault. He is one of the new starred Chef in the Michelin Guide France 2014. Qui Plume la Lune offers a timeless experience not far from the Place de la Bastille . In the kitchen, the desire to do well is undeniable. Despite a French-Japanese marriage not always led on some plates, we keep in mind the delicacy of dessert and cooking quality of vegetables. From 60 € at lunch to 85 € at dinner.