A brilliant little burger joint, which takes the traditional American burger and gives it the French terroir treatment. Nowhere’s been left out, with regional specialities from all over France wedged between delicious sesame seed buns from the bakery next door. There’s fourme cheese from Ambert, tomme cheese from Savoie, Saint-Nectaire cheese, Charolais and Blonde d’Aquitaine beef and more
After selling his La Regalade bistro to friend Bruno Doucet, modern bistro king Chef Yves Camdeborde opened a wildly popular place in St Germain that is a lively classic bistro by day and a refined restaurant by night
This restaurant, taken over by the team from neighbouring L'Arôme, looks like a chic and cosy bistro (shades of red, white and black, antique mirrors etc). The food does not disappoint with dishes like imperial cut of smoked salmon and seaweed butter, Black Angus beef with a blackcurrant jus etc. Without pretension, meticulous and precise
Opened in 2006, l'Arôme receives its first star during the anniversary of the one-hundredth edition of the Michelin Guide in 2009. Eric Martins, trained with the greatest (Maxim’s, Ledoyen, Lucas Carton, Hélène Darroze), decides after a wonderful three-year journey at the Ami Marcel to take on the challenge to open a second place located in the heart of the "Triangle d'Or"