Yard

  • Restaurants
  • Creative contemporary
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Run by a culinary supergroup that includes chefs from Au Passage and Bones, Yard promises – and roundly delivers – good things. The good things in question include a range of carefully prepared dishes, an interesting selection of wines and artisanal beers and fair prices. The food is the stuff of experienced chefs, deftly tailored to the season and at times creative. The set menu (around €30, or €18 at lunchtime) changes daily; we were treated to a creamy gaspacho, followed by a tuna steak seasoned with tomatoes, salicornia and a sumptuous apricot sauce, and capped with a lethally good grilled peach and fromage frais combo. The more casual diner is faced with a choice of sandwiches, burgers and tapas dishes.

Venue name: Yard
Contact:
Address: 6 rue de Mont-Louis
11e
Paris

Opening hours: Mon noon-2.30pm; Tue–Fri noon–2.30pm, 8–10.30pm
Transport: Métro : Philippe Auguste
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