Restaurant Cézembre, the call of the sea
The chef Anthony Hamon, a native of Saint Brieuc, who has just been named the young talent of 2017 by the Gault et Millau guide, takes his inspiration from Brittany, or to be more specific, from Cézembre, a small uninhabited island located in Saint Malo Bay that now gives its name to this delightful restaurant. Here you can almost feel the spray as the oceanic scents of fish and shellfish dishes carry you away on a gastronomic voyage along the coast of Brittany. Freshness is key; the lunch menu changes daily depending on the arrivals at the seafood market auctions of Erquy. When the fishing is good, you can enjoy a superb evening menu with appetisers and five courses, or a food pairing to help you make new marine cuisine discoveries. You won’t want to make waves, despite the gustatory storm!
17 Rue Gregoire Detours, Paris 6th
10 minutes by Metro from the Hotel Monge
Open Wednesday to Sunday from 12:30 to 14:00 and 19:30 to 21:30
www.cezembrerestaurant.com and Tel. 01 42 38 25 08