Restaurant H, Paris
courtesy of Restaurant H

Located on a discreet street between the Bastille and the Place des Vosges in the Marais district, Restaurant H offers gastronomic French cuisine based on the best of seasonal products. Here, everything evokes divine taste, from the product to the plate, along with the table décor chosen with care.

H is the initial of the first name of Chef Hubert Duchenne. Originally from Normandy, he was the long-time second of Akrame Benallal (of the Michelin-starred Akrame).

In 2015, Chef Duchenne was elected as a “young talent” by the prestigious Gault and Millau guide.

Restaurant H
A dish prepared by chef Hubert Duchenne. courtesy of Restaurant H

In opening Restaurant H, Chef Hubert created a place where his clients could feel at ease. An intimate space (only 8 tables), with a décor that is both minimalist and chic. The verdict? This is a winner!

The chef beautifully executes innovative cuisine. Each course is both unusual, subtle, and refined– a perfect match of tastes and textures. Start with the addictive house butter, and prepare for a culinary experience that will delight your taste buds, such as line-caught yellow Pollock filet over a lighter than air sabayon with pineapple and golden turnips, or veal with smoked leeks.

There is a choice of tasting menus of 3 (lunch only), 5 or 7 courses, for 30, 50 or 70 euros. The menu changes seasonally. The wine list is well inspired.

Restaurant H, 13 rue Jean-Beausire, 75004. Tel: +33 (0)1 43 48 80 96. Open from Tuesday to Saturday, lunch and dinner.

Restaurant H
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Barbara Gerber
A native of Los Angeles, Barbara is the France Today Ambassador for L.A. She graduated from UCLA with a BA degree in Political Science, and also received her JD degree from UCLA School of Law. While at UCLA, she spent her junior year in Grenoble, France. From that time on, she has been an avid and passionate Francophile. She has visited almost every region in France, and still pursues French language courses in Los Angeles. She has an apartment in Paris and continues to visit France every year.

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