A hotchpotch of good ideas, freshness and ease, passion and even a little mischief, but unfailingly precise and spot on: led by the young Bertrand Gré...
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Mediocre food. Staffs friendly, except one grumpy guy. A nice ambience. Overall it’s overrated. I won’t recommend. It’s Paris! Plenty to choose from...
Everything— from the food, service, drinks and ambience— was fantastic!
The cooking was not up to expectations: shallow in flavor and at times even dry. Service was helpful but slow and overlooking.
Perfect meal, perfect service, perfect atmosphere. GO if you can get a reservation.
The food lives up to its hype. Deserves to be one of the top 50 best world restaurant. Only please improve the reservation, include dinner reservation in the online reservation, not only lunch.
Lucky me to get a table in last minute. A very chic and cozy bistro. As it was rated #40 as top 50 restaurants in the world I set up a high expectation. In a fact I would say the entree and desert are almost perfect. As for the main courses, maybe because the way they cook the mock fish and duck chest is like what I have in China. Which make them absolutely tasted for me but fail to surprise me in a good way. Anyway the quality is fair to its price. Staff are friendly and responsive and very good looking lol. Will definitely visit again next time if I am lucky enough to get a table again.
Beyond my expectations! Food was delicious, an excellent pairing of flavors! The service was above and beyond. I can see why it is among the World’s best.
Came for lunch. The food was wonderful.
Very good moment in septime. Thank you.
Excellent meal and service. Totally deserves the hype
Had to make reservation early, but it was totally worth it. We enjoyed its fresh, creative and delicious food. Perfect for lunch!
The service and the food are excellent, wanna try the 6 plats menu next time!
Just like before the food was excellent . The waitress pusuaded me to have the Hake which was really god advice! Very good white and red wines by the glass
Absolutely the best meal we've had in Paris.
Unbelievably good, okay sublime. Almost screamed when I found a reservation for my last trip as I have tried my last 10 visits. Watching the kitchen execute orders is theater in itself and worth watching for a bit. I check once in a while to see if I cam snag a table and then I think about booking a table just to have lunch.
The wine, food and service at Septime was devine. Highly recommend!
We were SO lucky to get in to this place -- I watched the Fork like a hawk for when bookings opened and kept on it every day until I got one. The food was divine, the amuse bouche of salted & boiled new potatoes with creme fraiche and some sort of black dust blew my mind -- it was potatoes and creme fraiche for goodness sakes! We also drank a Swiss wine called Constellation that was an unfiltered Pinot Noir/Gamay blend and we were so impressed with the quality of the wine and it's ability to pair with each of the dishes in it's own way. The service was incredible in every way (minus the one guy who didn't seem as interested as anyone else, we figured he was new or snobby to anglophones) but we loved every single dish they put in front of us, and the size of the restaurant was perfect to feel like you were in a lively Parisian restaurant of note. And we quickly learned we were, too bad they were too booked to have room for us again.
Lunch: from 12:15 to 2 PM (Tuesday through Friday)
Dinner: from 7:30 to 10 PM (Monday through Friday)
80, rue de Charonne, 75011, Paris, France
Metro Ledru-Rollin (M8) Charonne (M9)
Parking Ledru-Rollin (220m)
On a beau parler du passage de Beyoncé, du classement 50 best (restaurants of the world) où il figure, de la longue liste de réservation qui entretien le désir… La véritable du succès de Septime réside uniquement dans sa cuisine plus vraie que nature, subtile et audacieuse, poétique et respectueuse de l’environnement. L’adresse a d’ailleurs gagné le prix du développement durable attribué par les 50 best cette année et cela se dénote dans les menus dégustations où le végétal, sourcé auprès de producteurs sérieux et majoritairement locaux, règne en maître. Le veau et le bœuf disparaissent au profit du porc et de la volaille et le poisson vient distiller ses notes iodées uniquement s’il est issu de la pèche de ligne. Saint-Jacques pochée au beurre, jaune d’œuf confit et truffe noire ; courgette grillée avec petits pois, condiment anchois, menthe et fleurs de ciboulette… de quoi grimper au septième ciel.
Si Bertrand Grébaut avait poursuivi sa carrière de graphiste, le petit monde parisien n’aurait peut-être jamais connu la révolution culinaire qui brille aujourd’hui dans l’assiette de la capitale. Bercé par la poésie végétalomaniaque d’Alain Passard, Grébaut apprend les bases d’une cuisine émotionnelle à bonne école. Après avoir dirigé les cuisines de l’Agapé, il s’associe avec Théo Pourriat, son colocataire de l’époque et aujourd’hui sommelier pour ouvrir Septime en 2011.
Avant l’expérience Septime, on s’amuse la bouche juste en face du restaurant dans sa petite cave à vin au décor rétro-vintage où quilles natures triomphent aux côtés de petites assiettes brutes mais stellaires : ricotta aux mûres et anchois de Cantabrie, saumon fumé Petrossian et citron meyer… A arroser d’un bon vin orange !
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