Young chef Benoît Gauthier trained with Christian Etchebest at the nearby Le Troquet, and he's come up with a clever formula that surfs the current Paris preference for great produce simply cooked. At dinner, a complimentary starter of soup is served - maybe courgette or white bean - and then you choose from the selection of grilled meats and lobster, many of which are designed for two people. Everything comes with a delicious mountain of homemade chips and green salad. Desserts run to homely choices like strawberry crumble or rice pudding with caramel sauce.
Le Grand Pan
|Venue name:||Le Grand Pan|
20 rue Rosenwald
|Opening hours:||12.30-2.30pm, 7.30-11pm Mon-Fri; 7.30-11pm Sat|
|Price:||Main courses €40. Prix fixe Lunch €30|