Yam’Tcha

Yam’Tcha

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4 Rue Sauval, Les Halles, Paris, 75001, France
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Few anticipated the Michelin Star this 20-seat restaurant near the Louvre would earn in 2009, just one year after opening. The space's rustic wood beams and stone walls suggest  simpilicty, but chef Adeline Grattard's menu is anything but. Shaped by the two years she spent in Hong Kong and having previously worked under chef Pascal Barbot at L'Astrance, Grattard offers up market-driven prix fixe menus that include artfully presented dishes such as sweet and sour soup with tofu and scallops, combi-steamed sea bass, and duck of Challans with Sichuan eggplant. As space is limited, so making reservations a few weeks in advance is a must.

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