Diane, A Broad
March 6, 2013

Le 6 Paul Bert


I met up with awesome Jackie at Le 6 Paul Bert on a freezing evening during a week when I felt like I was dining out every night. It might have been because I’ve been at restaurants so much lately, but this place didn’t really wow me. Don’t get me wrong — everything was fresh and well-made and beautifully plated, but nothing made me want to get out of my seat and applaud. Still, Le 6 Paul Bert is a solid adresse and I wouldn’t hesitate to go there again, and at €38 for three dishes and a dessert, it’s not too hard on the credit card either.

Tartare de bar, mayonnaise d’huitres et herbes amères


Coteaux XL juste saisis, eau de laitue de mer, daikon


Noix de veau, carottes blanches, persil et moelle

Longe de cochon, endive rôtie et poire


Gnocchi au beurre, navets du Pardailhan et poutargue de bar


Poitrine de canette, salsifis et foie gras


Parfait au chèvre, babeurre et glace topinambours


This was our favorite dish of the evening, which is usually not the case with desserts. Those disks of chèvre had an intriguing texture, kind of like that freeze-dried astronaut ice cream you used to get from the science museum as a kid.

Gin cake, glace au levain, orange


Sourdough ice cream? Get out of here.


Le 6 Paul Bert
6 rue Paul Bert, 75011 (Charonne, Faidherbe-Chaligny)
01 43 79 14 32
€38 for four courses.

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2 responses to “Le 6 Paul Bert”

  1. I’m a big fan of their lunch menu at around 20 Euros!

  2. […] I dream about that gnocchi. Cloud-like pillows in a rich duck sauce, it blew the gnocchi I had at Le 6 Paul Bert the night before out of the […]

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