Un restaurant bistronomique d’un chef étoilé dans le coeur de Paris..

I would like to share with you a beautiful and delicious culinary dinner that I experienced in Paris a few days ago. Called a “bistronomique restaurant”, AG les Halles is not a traditional bistro, in fact, it offers a fine dining experience, also called bistronomy food. AG les Halles is one of the restaurants that belongs to the talented Michelin Star chef, Alan Geaam. He has opened this bistro in the heart of Châtelet les Halles, an active and young neighborhood of Paris to offer a fine and delicate dining experience for everyone. 


I had the honor to be invited for a food tasting and try for you different dishes. As soon as I entered AG les Halles, I loved the classy and warm decoration of the restaurant. The main service room is surrounded by beautiful windows, that gives a modern, yet cosy atmosphere.


The tasting started with some amuses-bouches chosen by the chef, such as little brioches served like bread, that were accompanied by various spices. These brioches are very meaningful to the chef Alan Geaam. He wanted to share with his customers memories experienced during his early childhood, when times were harder, and when bread was his main food. 


This restaurant offers a high quality cooking experience with different flavors, amazing odors, and creative colors. From the beginning to the end, I was projected into the chef’s world, with unique ingredients, and delicate dishes. 


You often ask me to share with you which dish was my favorite, and what I would recommend. Even if everything was incredible, I would probably say that I particularly loved the fish of the day “Le filet du pêcheur” offered with a delicious, al dente risotto, accompanied by fresh spinach, and a delicate sauce: “beurre blanc citronné”. This dish was precisely cooked, the fish was tender and soft, and the dressing was perfectly right.


I honestly highly recommend this restaurant, the whole experience was appreciated. Don’t forget to reserve some seats before going, it gets crowded pretty quickly. And don’t forget to finish your dining experience with the “No cheese cake au yuzu”, it’s just the perfect way to end a perfect culinary experience.


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