After learning the ropes alongside some of the greatest names in the culinary world (including Ducasse,Piège, and Alléno), Amandine Chaignot, nicknamed Pouliche (meaning “filly”) by chef Bernard Leprince, has decided to open a restaurant that reflects who she is. She has naturally chosen Rue d’Enghien in Paris–formerly home to the small royal stables–as the place to share her cuisine.
Start your experience with a house cocktail at the bar in an intimate ambiance with subdued lighting. Then take a seat at a table in a warm room reminiscent of a country home with its exposed beams and attractive blue cushions. The menu changes with the seasons. You can choose from three main dishes and a trio of starters and desserts to share. The dishes are generous and inspired by the chef’s travels and experiences. As for the wine, it is specially selected to perfectly complement your meal.
At Pouliche, Wednesdays are vegetarian and Sundays are for families! These two dynamic weekly events come with a single menu for sharing–just like at home.