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Paris Restaurants

La Régalade St. Honoré

Updated 02/19/2014

Fodor's Review

When Bruno Doucet bought the original La Régalade from bistro-wizard Yves Camdeborde, some feared the end of an era. How wrong they were. While Doucet kept some of what made the old dining room so popular (country terrine, wine values, convivial atmosphere), he had a few tricks under his toque, creating a brilliantly successful haute-cuisine-meets-comfort-food destination with dishes like earthy morel mushrooms in a frothy cream for a starter, followed by the chef's signature

succulent caramelized pork belly over tender Puy lentils, and a perfectly cooked fillet of cod, crispy on the outside and buttery within, served in a rich shrimp bouillon. For dessert, don't skip the updated take on grand-mère's creamy rice pudding or the house Grand Marnier soufflé. With an excellent price-to-value ratio (€35 for the prix-fixe menu at lunch and dinner), this chic bistro and its elder sister in the 14th have evolved into staples for Paris gastronomes.

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Restaurant Information

Address:

123 rue Saint-Honoré, 1er, Paris, 75001, France

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Phone:

/01–42–21–92–40

Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Closed weekends, Aug.
  • Reservations essential

Updated 02/19/2014

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