February 17, 2014

Restaurant Caillebotte


The team behind much lauded South Pigalle restaurant Le Pantruche has reinforced its 9th arrondissement foothold with the opening of neo-bistro Caillebotte, just off the trendy rue des Martyrs. The light and airy space - featuring marble table tops, blond wood and an open kitchen - serves as a suitably bright and breezy setting for the refreshing cuisine on the seasonal menu: featured are starters such as smoked tuna with  mustard broccoli, seaweed biscuit and siphoned piccalilli (€11), mains such as plaice in burnt breadcrumbs, with cauliflower mousseline and parmesan broth (€21) and desserts such as pink grapefruit with tarragon ice-cream and white chocolate crunch, or chocolate mousse with corn crumble and black olives (€9). These innovative and carefully composed dishes are also available on the fixed-price menu (€35 for starter, main and dessert), and the incredibly affordable lunchtime menu featuring the dish of the day comes in at €19 for starter/main or main/dessert. A dynamic addition to the buzzing SoPi neighbourhood. 

Caillebotte 
8 rue Hippolyte-Lebas
75009 Paris
+33 1 53 20 88 70 
Open Mon-Fri, lunch and dinner



all photos © Kim Laidlaw 

2 comments:

  1. It used to be that you could go out for a 20euro meal without being served foam but now it seems to be spreading around Paris luke spume in a gale!

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    1. At least it's topical, what with the storms at the moment whipping up the sea foam in Brittany!

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