Les Trois Garçons
Time Out says
An attractive neighbourhood joint serving upscale dishes with no hint of pretension.
Looking for a top quality meal without the stuffed shirt ambiance? That’s exactly what you get at this relaxed bistro and wine bar in the 15th arrondissement. It’s a real neighbourhood joint, with a terrace on the charming Place du Comtat-Venaissin and a contemporary ‘grand salon’-style dining room. Here you can tuck into your avocado and crab millefeuille (€13) or Pouilles burratina (€9.50) while wearing flip-flops and leggings, if that’s what you want. And no one’s going to ask you to take off your baseball cap for the Albacore tuna with persillade (€19) or fabulous whole confit duck breast à l’orange (€21). There are also some less elaborate dishes – bagels, big salads – and a healthy wine list (from €4.50 a glass or €20 a bottle). Desserts include a Nutella and speculoos tiramisu, cheesecake or a generous café gourmand.
TRANSLATION: ELLEN HARDY
165 rue de Javel
|Transport:||Metro: Félix Faure|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sun 7am-12mid|