Pascade, the restaurant specialized in Aveyron souffléed galettes

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Published by Manon C. · Photos by Manon C. · Updated on 5 October 2018 at 14h55 · Published on 5 October 2018 at 14h53
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.


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.


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).


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.


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!


Practical information

Dates and Opening Time
From 2 October 2018 to 31 December 2018



    14 Rue Daunou
    75002 Paris 2

    M° Opéra

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

    Official website


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