Pascade, the restaurant specialized in Aveyron souffléed galettes

Do you know what the pascade is? If not, well, I advise you to run to Pascade set in Paris 2nd arrondissement to discover this ultra-gourmet specialty from the Aveyron area available in a savory or sweet version!

Fans of culinary discoveries discover now the pascade. Coming straight from Averyon, the pascade is a souffléed galette generously stuffed with cheese, vegetables or meat; according to the seasons and the chef’s inspiration.

In Paris, the pascade can be enjoyed at Pascade a restaurant set in the 2nd arrondissement taken over in 2017 by La Régalade Saint-Honoré chef Bruno Doucet alongside the place founder, Sébastien Pradal.

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At Pascade, the genuine recipe of the pascade is a well-kept secret but a few information have leaked: eggs, milk, organic flour grinded in Averyon and sugar, the main ingredient of the recipe that, once heated, surrounds the pascade and reveals a delicious, crispy and slightly caramelized veil.

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On the menu, you also find a collection of tantalizing pascades: the Pascade Butternut Squash, butternut, pumpkin, chestnut crumble, parsley roots puree, cabbage kale (€22), Pascade Like a Sandwich, ham, sucrine & romaine salad, bread, fried garlic and tartare sauce (€19), the Pascade lamb “Façon Sept Heures”, Hummus, ricotta & lemon confit (€26) and even the Pascade Pollack Fish, Peppers, tomatoes and onions compotée, eggplant caviar & zucchini (€23).

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The Lamb pascade and the pollack fish pascade took us to the moon. Crispy, light, soft and most of all, super flavorful, the pascade truly is a culinary discovery. So, even though dishes are available without the pascade, we advise you to try it “with the pascade” because this crispy galette is as surprising as delicious.

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And if you’ve fallen for the savory pascades, you’ll definitely be in love with the sweet pascades: Jam Pascade (€9), Plum Pascade, almond cream and verbena ice cream (€12) and even the Chocolate Pascade served hot (€13), delightful treats you can also enjoy in mini versions, in an assortment of 8 mini-pascades to share (€18).

A wonderful discovery!

 

Manon C.
Last updated on 5 October 2018

Practical information

Opening Time
From 2 October 2018 to 31 December 2018

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    Location

    14 Rue Daunou
    75002 Paris 2

    Access
    M° Opéra

    Prices
    Desserts: 9-18 €
    Entrées: 10-19 €
    Plats: 19-26 €
    Menu: 34 €

    Official website
    www.lapascade.com

    Booking
    www.lapascade.com
    0142601100

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