In my quartier, before a few weeks ago, there wasn't much to look forward to, aside from fake nippons, bad kebabs, and greasy-spoon brasseries. All that seems to have changed, with the new bistro, La Bulle, a fresh new reincarnation of what was, a few months ago, a pretty skanky bar/café. The exposed walls have remained, but with a fresh modern remake: soft lighting, good music, a young, friendly staff, and a cuisine "pimpant". Tuna tartar with wasabi "guacamole" and homemade "papadoms", an oriental-ish chicken filet and herb salad, seabass with mango, lambchops with bordelaise sauce,mushrooms, cumin-flavoured carrots. A young chef who's done England, Spain and Italy, a 30€ menu: entrée, plat, dessert. Two weeks after opening, on the right track. Nothing too radically creative, but good food and attitude. Looking forward to what they can acomplish....
PS apologies for the crap photos, but I've yet to figure out how the settings on my new SONY work...
"Oriental" chicken salad with herbs
Tuna tartar, with avocado/wasabi cream and "poppadom"
Seabass fillets with mango
Lambchops with bordelaise sauce, mushrooms, and cumin-infused carrots
48 rue Louis Blanc, 75010, Paris
Telephone: +33 1 40 37 34 51