The residential 15th arrondissement has more than its fair share of great bistros, and Jadis confirms the trend. In this grey-painted dining room with red curtains and striped Basque napkins, young chef Guillaume Delage serves a gently updated take on classic French cuisine (Jadis means 'in days gone by'). The pared-down presentation of dishes such as snails in puff pastry with oyster mushrooms and romaine lettuce lets each element speak for itself. Don't miss the wonderful cheese trolley or the deconstructed desserts.
This restaurant serves one of Time Out's 50 best dishes in Paris. Click here to see the full list.
208 rue de la Croix Nivert
|Opening hours:||12.15-2pm, 7.15-11pm Mon-Fri|
|Transport:||Metro: Convention or Porte de Versailles|
|Price:||Main courses €25. Prix fixe Lunch €29, €36. Dinner €36, €48, €65|
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Just excellent! Everything about this little hidden gem is top. Extremely kind staff, speaking English and mindful of my milk intolerance. Expect to spend around €50 each, including a mid price (excellent!) wine. The steak was simply one of the best that I ever had in my life and desserts are not to be missed. Worth a trip wherever you are staying in Paris.
Excellent restaurant! We were after a good steak, but arrived around 2:30pm when the kitchen was already closed. The chef kindly accepted to make us an entrecôte, which was ready within minutes of our arrival and it was one of the best steaks ever! The wine is excellent too. Michael was helpful and provided an excellent service. Very pleased to have discovered this place and we'll definitely be back soon!