In his small bistro in the Montorgueil neighbourhood (hushed atmosphere, oak floorboards, exposed stone), Antony Boucher, a chef with a strong track record, creates beautifully original and delicate cuisine that fêtes ingredients. He is renowned for his two classics: filet of sea bass, black rice and paprika sauce and the eight-hour confit pork with sweet potato mousseline. The laid-back (and very professional) service evokes the rough and ready spirit that used to characterise Les Halles.
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