If you are looking for a relaxing setting only a few minutes away from the centre of Paris, Le Petit Poucet is ideally located on l’Ile de la Jatte.
You can easily access the site by metro if you get off at Pont de Levallois on line 3. The restaurant offers a large terrace with gorgeous views on the Seine.
The chef himself has worked for several famous restaurants such as Le Pré Catelan and Fauchon. With only fresh products from the market, the lunch menu remains affordable : between €24 and €32 on weekdays.
The place is quite huge with a large terrace catering for up to 350 people, a patio and 2 cosy indoor rooms, which should give you a good reason to come back around winter time.
If you feel like a refreshing starter, the combination of avocado, crab and pomelos should suit your taste.
It is also worth trying their very fresh fish, sourced from high quality fishmongers. And if you are still hungry after that, their delicious mango-coconut dessert might sound tempting.
The address :
4 rond-point Claude Monet, 92300 Levallois-PerretPhoto credits : © Prad’s Com