This chic and relaxed canteen inn, once run by chef Alexandre Bourdas who holds two stars to his name (SaQuaNa in Honfleur), has undergone a makeover and has changed its menu. Under the impetus of Bruno Doucet, head of the Régalade Saint-Honoré, now stationed alongside Sébastien Pradal, founder and sommelier of the Pascade, this joyful table confirms itself in a new manner. Of course, it keeps its star dish that gave it its name: the pascade. This Aveyron speciality, a slightly caramelised soufflé crepe, is displayed here in an « haute couture » version, featuring skilful compositions, sometimes marine, sometimes vegetarian, always gourmet. The plus: the menu now includes seasonal bistro dishes and the Régalade’s cult recipes such as the famous country terrine. But that’s not all! La Pascade opens its doors continuously and honours tea time in the afternoon with a parade of mini sweet pascades in seasonal fruit or chocolate flavours. A delightful treat.
La Pascade, 14 rue Daunou, Paris 2. T. : 01 42 60 11 00.