The award-winning Frenchie is one of the most in-demand restaurants in Paris for its simple yet flavorsome seasonal Franco-Italian cuisine, and its cosy-yet-chic Brooklyn-style interiors. Having worked with Jamie Oliver in London followed by an 18-month stint at New York's Gramercy Tavern, chef Grégory Marchand's light yet explosive cuisine allows the seasons' produce to shine. Expect anything from a sumptuous salad of caramelized roast pears, walnuts and pecorino di Fossa; house-smoked trout with wild asparagus; to a wickedly-rich Valrhona chocolate pot to finish. The intimacy of the restaurant extends into the kitchen, where it's impressive to see Marchand working within his tiny kitchen. Frenchie is one of the best value 3-course menus in town, however with only 20-seats it is also one of the most difficult tables to book in Paris. Frenchie has also recently changed it's opening hours from Monday - Friday, dinner service only. The Frenchie team have also recently opened a fantastic new casual wine & tapas bar only meters away from the restaurant, Frenchie Bar à Vins, where you can pop and sample fine wine, delectable charcuterie and delicious, inventive tastes inspired by the restaurant’s menu. Advance bookings essential.