This discreetly chic address, nestled at the top of the Butte Montmartre and headed by chef Antoine Westermann, elevates French poultry to the level of elegance. Over the past few months, the chef highlights the work of committed farmers who raise poultry in unparalleled conditions. From a happy life and a good diet, a meat with tender and delicately scented flesh is born. Tasted on this day, the poultry of Le Mans, once popular on the royal and presidential tables, fed on local cereals and especially buckwheat. Perfectly cooked and nicely golden, it arrives on the table escorted by a farandole of side dishes: crispy fries, fricassee of seasonal vegetables, fresh and gourmet salad and macaroni gratin. To conclude? Divine and scoundrel! A real, good address.
Le Coq Rico, 98 rue Lepic, Paris 18ème. Tel: 01 42 42 59 82 89