From 01/01/1970 to 01/01/1970
La Petite Cour welcomes patrons to the Saint-Germain-des-Prés neighborhood with a natural ambiance and a calming fountain right in the middle of the city of Paris. By going down a few steps, diners will find themselves transported into a garden oasis, where they must pass through vegetation before entering the restaurant.
The chef, Yannick Tessier, makes sure that the food is just as attractive as the decor at La Petite Cour. Training in restaurants such as Senderens and les Frères Pourcel, Tessier reveals a cuisine that is contemporary and full of flavor.
If the weather is nice, diners can even take advantage of one of the best terraces in the city. On particularly nice days, you may even find a celebrity or two enjoying the weather at the restaurant. However, the establishment remains humble, seating guests on a first come first served basis.
Those who do get seated can enjoy dishes such as duck foie gras with spiced bread, leek velouté or scallops with shredded Parmesan — and that's just for starters. Main dishes include steak with mushrooms and asparagus and lamb confit served with dates and lentils.
To finish up such a savory meal, guests can try desserts like famous French macarons with vanilla ice cream, creme brulee and thyme-flavored lemon cream. All in all, La Petite Cour offers indulgent food in an even more indulgent environment that guests staying at the Résidence Henri IV should not miss.