Time Out says
This rotisserie-cum-grocery-cum-bakery, a spin-off from the wildly popular Jeanne A, goes for the same ‘neo-bistro’ vibe as its sister store: kooky decor, bold turquoise walls, a suspended stag’s head. A homely front room adjoining the open kitchen gives way to a more intimate back room. The rotating menu stays centred on traditional dishes with a modern twist to match the setting: rillettes, whelks with a delicious mayonnaise, rabbit pie, lamb leg or Challans chicken. The meats, carefully chosen and cooked to perfection, are a definite highlight. Meanwhile, a range of succulent tarts, cookies and hot chocolates, available to take away, will satisfy the peckish and the hurried.
Prices are a little onerous for what you get: lunch menus will set you back €19-€23 and evening menus €23-€27. With a bottle of wine and dessert, the bill racks up fast. If only we were getting more bang for our buck, we could bump Jeanne B up to an A.
61 rue Lepic
|Transport:||Métro: Blanche or Lamarck - Caulaincourt|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sun 10am-10.30pm|