Published on June 2nd, 2014 | by Le Gastronome Parisien0
Au Petit Marguery, must for the French cuisine in Paris
A few weeks ago, I was invited Au Petit Marguery Rive Gauche during the fortnight of asparagus, a seasonal operation organized by RestoPartner. Must for the French cuisine in Paris, Au Petit Marguery is an institution of the Gobelins. The restaurant has also given its name to a film by Laurent Bénégui in which a French cuisine Chef decides to close his restaurant after losing the sense of taste. Fortunately this story is fiction and Chef Stéphane Mangin, currently in the kitchen, has all his senses beginning with generosity.
Green asparagus, roasted Duck Foie Gras, Walnut oil and Balsamic Vinegar
Beautiful French white Asparagus, Egg and Mayonnaise
Fondant of Lamb cooked seven hours and Beautiful white Asparagus
Strawberries Soup, Rhubarb and Crème brûlée Ice cream
Should go ? I came to break my prejudices and that is what happened. Au Petit Marguery offers generous , sincere and a bit nostalgic cuisine. There are still such houses like this in Paris is beneficial. I like this idea to come to the restaurant to satisfy a craving for a specific product or a seasonal dish. To do this, Au Petit Marguery is definitely the best place.
With ? For a business lunch or family dinner.
Go back ? Certainly. There has days when, without understanding why, I want a Tête de Veau or Lapin à la Royale. Now that I know where to go, I’ll not bother me.
Expensive ? Full menu for lunch and dinner at 37 €. Some supplements on products such as Turbot or Veal sweetbreads. For product quality and opulent plates, it isn’t expensive.
Read the complete post in french here.
Au Petit Marguery – Rive Gauche
9 Boulevard de Port Royal – Paris 13th
Tel. : 01 43 31 58 59
Open from Monday to Sunday from 12am to 2:15pm and 7:15pm to 10:15pm.
Au Petit Marguery – Rive Droite
64 Avenue des Ternes – Paris 17th
Tel. : 01 45 74 16 66
Open from Monday to Sunday from 12am to 10:30pm.