Le Beaujolais d'Auteuil
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Posted: Mon Mar 5 2012
A casual and cheerful restaurant is likely to attract a clientele one could describe similarly, and that’s certainly true of Le Beaujolais d’Auteil, a charming, barely two-year-old establishment helmed by head chef Nicholas Duquenoy. Young but experienced and wise beyond his years, Duquenoy and his ever-amiable team offer a range of both modern and classically influenced French dishes from smoked herring caviar to celery roumelade in a stylish contemporary setting of tiled floors, mirrored walls and purple velvet chairs. With all the aforementioned boxes ticked and even a sun terrace for when the weather suits, it’s little wonder that everything from the meals to the cool atmosphere in the late night bar at Le Beaujolais d’Auteil has been showered with awards from the local press.