After Michel Sarran and his daughters who have got into croques-monsieurs, Yannick Alléno opens a pop-up store in partnership with his son Antoine. No new address, but a transformation of the Allénothèque offer, his restaurant-art gallery set in the 7th arrondissement with a great terrace set in a private courtyard.
No more super sophisticated dishes, but a lighter offer including a staple dish: burger for €19. On the menu of Burger Père et Fils by Alléno, only two burgers: the first one, “very Parisian” – according to the chef – is based on perfectly cured meat, seasoned and cooked like a pepper or “Maître d’hôtel” steak, with atypical bun created on the occasion. The other one – for vegetarians – is based on “plant-based black sausage” based on black rice, beetroots, and semolina, and of course served with some apple condiment.
As a side to the burger, the chef bets on “coin de rue” potatoes, a crispier version of the average French fries. Of course, they will be far from being basic as they will be smoked and seasoned with thyme, rosemary, and paprika, and then served with uncommon dips such as lovage-flavored mayonnaise, and homemade BBQ sauce craftily spiced up.
As for dessert, the Allénos serve some chocolate cookie cooked to order, served with salted caramel whipped cream and roasted nuts. If you have a sweet tooth, you can visit his neighbors, Pierre Hermé or Thierry Marx, who also owns stores in Beaupassage.
With these burgers, Pavillon Ledoyen Michelin-starred chef continues to change his offer as restaurants are closed. In April, he presented picnic baskets by Alléno available on delivery and takeaway!
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 14 May 2021
53 Rue de Grenelle
75007 Paris 7
Le burger et ses pommes de terre: €19