Rush there before the crowds ! Aldwin Beets started off his culinary career at Alain Passard, Alain Ducasse or Guy Savoy before becoming the boss, with Elliot Lefevre, de La Parade, a wonderful little address such as the discerning bobos of Eastern Paris and Fooding buffs like them. Scene of the crime: Goncourt. Could it be otherwise? Cantina at lunch time, eat-in-cellar at night, the weekend brunch is a curiosity that is a far cry from run-of-the-mill eggs Benedict, pancakes and consorts.
On the programme of treats
No chance of falling twice on the same dishes and desserts from one time to another: the menu changes regularly in keeping with the seasons and the product arrivals. For the brunch, sweet and savoury dishes are presented in turn to surprise the palate: scrambled eggs, taboulé, lamb with wild garlic, rice pudding, pistachio-lemon cake… With always a cute wink to the Southern origins of the chef!
The added plus
A nice selection of natural wines (chosen by sommelière Raphaëlle Campion) and cocktails prepared by mixologist Anthony Zamora, founder of the Xaman Bar, elected best bar in the world by Big 7 Travel. The La vie en rose potion with rosé Lillet, sparkling white wine and hibiscus is a real candy (€9).
Brunch served Saturday and Sunday from noon to 3pm, the sweet and savoury brunch with plates between €6 and €14. Carte blanche €30.