But if La Part des Ours serves first and foremost nice bistronomic food, this cozy and welcoming neo bistro also features a cocktail bar where you can chill out, comfortably cuddled on this Chesterfield sofa which rusty leather makes us guess it started its career long before the house was created, or you can simply lean your elbows on the bar behind which you can see a series of thoroughly selected bottles waiting to offer their precious content to Pauline’s shakers.
But after a refreshing cocktail, you can’t stay with an empty stomach. So much more that Grégory Duchamps – working in the kitchen – has some nice addresses on his resumé such as L’Estaminet des Enfants Rouges or La Coupole. A know-how who can find in the plates, especially based on fresh and seasonal ingredients, fruits and vegetables from responsible farming from circuits as short as possible, or even artisanal products.
The menu, as short as effective, is changed every month. the night we came, we chose to enjoy an impeccable dry sausage from Maison Mas, served with lukewarm potato salad (€10), followed by a confit cod (perfectly cooked) with orange-braised fennel (€18), then, an original “tarte au citron des Ours” (€7), enigmatic name behind which hides a rather destructed interpretation of the classic version of the lemon pie.
Moreover, the nice wine list, mostly made of nice vintages from the owners working in biodynamic, the lovely terrace, far from the traffic and the friendly and attentive service, La Part des Ours is likely to be the place to be! Set menu for €16 and €20 for lunch.
La Part des Ours
9 Rue aux Ours
75003 Paris 3
Métro : Rambuteau, Etienne Marcel
Formule déjeuner: 16 €
Menu déjeuner: 20 €
Carte (env.): 30 €