Published on June 22nd, 2014 | by Le Gastronome Parisien0
Pascade, Chef Alexandre Bourdas’s parisian restaurant
For years, Chef Alexandre Bourdas delighting clients of his restaurant SaQuaNa in Honfleur with revisited specialty from Aveyron. Following the movement of these diversifiers Chefs, Alexandre Bourdas, already two Michelin stars, has launched a bet to seduce the parisian. End of 2012, he opened the aptly named Pascade in the 2nd arrondissement and revisits the famous puffed crêpe from Aveyron.
Pascade Rouchoux de Roux(Trout with soy sauce, grilled bacon, dandelion, green lentils & Bacon Juice)
Pascade Rougail de Saucisse (Roasted sausage, chili, tomato sauce & grapefruit, daikon, celery seed)
Pascade doublement Chocolat (Dark chocolate light Mousse)
Should Go ? This Alexandre Bourdas’s parisian restaurant is quite recommendable. Service is pleasant as well as the environment and the portions are very generous. Even though I have mixed feelings about these salted Pascades a bit too sweet for my taste, the address remains a good plan B in the neighborhood.
With ? A gourmet gossip who loves salty / sweet.
Go Back ? Personally, I keep the address for snack or lunch. I also like the idea to bring foreign visitors to introduce them to this unique regional specialty.
Expensive ? About 30 euros per person at both lunch and dinner. For dinner, it isn’t expensive given that the portions are gargantuan. For lunch, probably lack a well-crafted menu a little cheaper and a little less plentiful.
Read the complete post in french here.
Pascade – Alexandre Bourdas
14 Rue Daunou – Paris 2nd
Metro : Opéra
Tel. : 01 42 60 11 00
Open from Tuesday to Saturday from 12am to 11pm without interruption.
Résumé : Opened in 2012 in the 2nd arrondissement, Pascade is Parisian restaurant of Chef Alexandre Bourdas, two Michelin stars. Honoring the famous Aveyron specialty, Chef offers a menu inspired by seasonal where Pascades come in sweet and savory versions. Even mitigated about salted Pascades, the address remains interesting even that to succumb to taste of sweet Pascades. About 30 € for a hearty meal.