From 01/01/1970 to 01/01/1970
Seafood lovers rejoice! A restaurant called Le Rech in the 17th arrondissement brings together creativity and classic French tradition. As one of the oldest fish and seafood restaurants in the City of Light, Le Rech has decades of experience in pleasing the Parisian palette.
Established in the 1920s, the restaurant was taken over by celebrity chef Alain Ducasse in 2007. Then, a mere year and a half ago, the restaurant was completely renovated, giving the new space an elegant, art deco ambiance with marine accents. Since 2012, Adrien Trouilloud has had the role of head chef, and under his direction, the menu will not fail to impress even the most demanding foodie.
From roasted scallops served with truffles to John Dory filet with clams, the surprising and flavorful combinations on chef Trouilloud's menu will make a dinner at Le Rech a dinner to remember. Fans of ceviche will be especially pleased, as the menu offers five different versions.
Variations include regional recipes from Peru and Ecuador. Served with oysters and chives or even prawns and mango, the chef even applies his creativity to serve up ceviches that have never been seen before.
Other dishes include hearty wild sole, Saint-Pierre with mushrooms and almonds, lobster macaroni, sea bass with citrus and fried prawns with pepper, chorizo and saffron.
Visitors can even get take-away orders if they want to enjoy their gourmet meals in the comfort of their hotel rooms. There is a special take-away menu that includes seafood platters, oysters, clams and shrimp. Located at 62 Avenue des Ternes, Le Rech is just a short metro ride away from the Résidence Henri IV.