This is the brand new restaurant in the food hall of Bon Marche, and is well worth taking the time to visit as the menu differs from the usual.
Salmon tartare sitting on a bed of watermelon with a hint of passion fruit accompanied by fettucini of vegetables - delectable. A trio of tiny hamburgers (sliders?), and a trio of proscuittos - a great way to compare the effect of aging and different origins are but a few.
The appearance looks more expensive than it is, and the service from the waiter was outstanding. They also have an enomatic wine machine so you can have a glass of good wine with your lunch.
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