La Table d'Eugène

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  • Address:

    La Table d'Eugène 18 rue Eugène Sue
    18e
    Paris

  • Venue phone:

    01.42.55.61.64

  • Opening hours:

    Du mardi au samedi de midi à 14h30 et de 19h30 à 22h30

  • Transport:

    Métro : Jules Joffrin ou Marcardet - Poissonniers

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    1. La Table d'Eugène
      • 18 rue Eugène Sue
        18e
        Paris
      • 01.42.55.61.64
      • 48.89112,2.3471

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Amy W

The food and the service here are totally off the chain.
I ate here when I took my mother on a surprise trip to Paris and I really wanted to find somewhere perfect. La Table d'Eugène totally hit the nail on the head. 

I don't know how long ago the review above was written, but the decor is lovely. Calm cool colours, with unoffensive art and cute little dangly lights on the ceiling. It felt relaxed and friendly, but also modern. 

The food we ate was incredible. I started with a hibiscus ceviche mackerel which was out of this world. I followed this up with scallops and grey prawns with charred brussels and radishes in a ginger broth, which totally blew my mind (it was lick the plate good). For dessert I chose a citrus parfait, which was light as air and served with vodka sorbet and lychees. It was a really refreshing end to the meal. 

All of the food was amazing and obscenely well priced. I'd go as far as to say it's one of the best meals I've ever eaten.
And if all of this wasn't enough, they ever serve up some adorable 
hors d'oeuvres and a palate refreshing pear sorbet along side the meal. 
It's definitely worth a visit. I'd go back at the drop of a hat, but make sure you book ahead as it can get a bit busy.

Karin Leijon atle

Will never fail to visit this fabulous restaurant when in Paris. Always once, very often twice in a week. And we are never dissappointed!