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Septime Review

This is the kind of bistro we'd all love in our neighborhood—good food and a convivial atmosphere where diners crane to admire each other's plates. Bertrand Grébaut, the affable young chef, can often be found chatting away with guests in the cacophonous dining room. In a neighborhood where excellent bistro fare is ridiculously plentiful—thanks to several talented young chefs who've set up shop here in the last few years—this spot stands out. Seasonal ingredients, inventive pairings, excellent natural wines, plus dishes like creamy gnochetti in an orange rind–flecked Gouda sauce sprinkled with coriander flowers; tender fillet of Landes hen in a mustard-peanut sauce, with braised endive and cabbage perfumed with lemon; fresh white asparagus with raspberries and blanched almonds, are sophisticated and satisfying. The €28 weekday lunch menu is a good place to begin.

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations essential.
  • Closed weekends. No lunch Mon.
Updated: 02-19-2014

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