l'Atelier des Compères restaurant hidden in a courtyard just off Paris' most famous street, the Champs-Elysees, is an address worth knowing. This charmingly modern bistro with a retractable roof focusses on the pleasures of wine and of the freshest seasonal cuisine inspired by the market. The small courtyard terrace is a delight in the midst of the thundering city and is filled with local business folk and clued-up shoppers. Jacques Boudin, Master Sommelier and chef, posts a slate each day listing the menu of the moment, things like millefeuille of slow-cooked vegetables, duck breast with bitter orange sauce and glazed legumes, tarte fine with apple calvados sorbet. The enormously interesting wine list requires deep exploration and return visits.
L'Atelier des Compères
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56 Rue Galilée