Les Enfants Rouges
Dai Shinozuka is another new Japanese chef cooking French food on the restaurant scene in Paris.
The chef used to work for Yves Camdeborde at the Comptoir du Relais and now he is on his own at the legendary wine bar in the heart of the Bobo quarter in the Marais, a place called les Enfants Rouges.
His take is more Bistronomique than Gastronomique like Camdeborde when he was at the Régalade.The 35 euros dinner menu with four choices of entrées, mains dishes and dessert is a bargain because with this menu you also have two amuses bouches.
At this dinner we started with a refine amuse bouche of a mousseline of smoked haddock with fish egg. Then we followed up with a chicken broth with Japanese pearls, the broth is a little bit too generous for our tastes, and after our main dishes were a chicken filet with seasonal vegetables and a piece of crispy and perfectly cooked cod. For the dessert we had a delicious panacotta with mango and passion fruit.
The wine list is short but eclectic with reasonable prices, we had a very good crémant de Bourgogne for appératif for this occasion.
The service is nice and full of smiles but it needs to be revised and reorganized on the weekend, our hostess was running to every table and she will need one more waiter to help the one that was present.
Restaurant Les Enfants Rouges
9, rue Beauce
MÉTRO : Arts et Métiers, Filles du Calvaire & Saint-Sébastien-Froissart
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