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A quick sneak around and back for another espresso, I cannot help but marvel and wonder; is this a bistro, is it a canteen, or a very stylish living room?
Who’s to say, only – it works, it’s delicious and a great place for a Sunday lunch.
Take the small sharing plates to start; shavings of multicolored radish with herbs and fromage blanc are just as good on the eye as on the palate.
Sardines in a box served with fresh grilled, crusty bread will whet the appetite (and we haven’t even gotten to the starters yet.) add much needed weight to stomachs ravaged from antiquing.
Take note as you dive into your bowl of hot chocolate, ‘Mon Amour’!
‘Mon Lapin’ (my rabbit) is displayed on the wall, perhaps replacing the portrait of a loved one?
Set the pan on a rack positioned in center of oven for 25 minutes.
On a cold winter’s day the décor is like a warm embrace: an open fire, soft pink powdery tones, white-washed wooden floors, the aroma of après-dinner cognacs all make this an ideal Sunday cocoon you won’t want to leave.
The list of wines is comprehensive, including wines from the main regions of France and a few appearances from the new world.
Chocolate mousse, strawberries and espresso are a delightful finish to the meal. Photo collages and playful images decorate the walls.
It’s this playful spin on words and tongue-in-cheek style humor employed by Starck that make this place unique and injects a brand new mood into the Paul Bert & Serpette Antique Markets.
From the street view there’s nothing fancy to see; with the exception of the terraces and the outdoor clock, the restaurant appears as a large industrial style building blending in with the market surroundings.