Neige d’été – Paris

Neige d’été: Creative and contemporary

contact@neigedete.fr
12, rue de l’Amiral Roussin, 75 015 Paris
+33 1 42 73 66 66
www.neigedete.fr
 
Chef: Hideki Nishi
 
Restaurant Neige d’été is owned and run by the Japanese chef Hideki Nishi. Neige d’été, which means summer snow, is located in the 15th district of Paris with easy subway access.Neige d'été - Paris
Hideki, a Japanese chef full of passion, spent fifteen years in the George V kitchens before opening this charming little gastronomic gem. Bringing back the link to the snow the interior was designed with a lot of clear colours. The elegant decor, signed by Atelier ES (see also Passage 53), creates a very zen atmosphere. Shortly after opening Hideki got a lot of positive feedback in the blog scene and earlier this year he was awarded his first Michelin star. On the prestigious website OAD, Neige d’été is now listed amongst the candidates for ‘Best New European Restaurants’.Neige d'été - ParisWe had the pleasure to taste a stunning tasting menu in great company. Hideki offers French dishes in the same spirit as the interior. He only works with the finest ingredients and his food is pure, intense, refined and always executed with this typical Japanese delicacy. Neige d’été only serves a fix tasting menu in 4, 6 or 7 courses.Neige d'été - ParisWe started with a glass of Drappier Champagne and dried ham canapé.Neige d'été - Paris

Seafood soupNeige d'été - Paris

Tartar of Saint-Jacques scallops with caviar Baeri.Neige d'été - Paris

Crispy sweetbread was served on a tartar of oysters and walnuts which made it an excellent combination.Neige d'été - Paris

Millefeuille of eel and foie gras with a cream of quince. A bit to thick but with a nice flavour depth. This dish was paired with an excellent Folio 2014 from Coume del Mas in Collioure.Neige d'été - Paris

A tender piece of monkfish was served in a delicious lobster consommé with cepes and fresh herbs.Neige d'été - Paris

Grilled guinea fowl was nicely seasoned and served with white truffle and mashed potatoes from Bretagne. Great pairing also with the La Monceau, a rich Chardonnay 2012 from Domaine Labet, Cotes du Jura.Neige d'été - Paris

Beef Charolais from Normandy was grilled on charcoal and served with onions, green paprika, a cream of red paprika and beef juice.Neige d'été - ParisNeige d'été - Paris

Pear with a mousse of Calvados and green apple sorbet.Neige d'été - Paris

Mont Blanc merengue with coffee cream and a jelly of grapefruit.Neige d'été - Paris

Homemade mignardisesNeige d'été - Paris

Restaurant Neige d’été is one of Paris’s most upcoming restaurants and offers a superb executed version of the contemporary French cuisine. Hideki Nishi is cooking his way to the top with creative and very tasteful dishes.

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Be-Gusto score: 16,5/20

Be-Gusto value for money: 16,5/20

 

Neige d’été


12, rue de l’Amiral Roussin, 75 015 Paris

Tel: 0033 1 42 73 66 66

Metro: Cambronne or Avenue Emile Zola

www.neigedete.fr

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