Le Servan Paris

At a Glance:

Chef-Owner-Sisters Tatiana & Katia Levha's gorgeous little bistrot is wildly popular, and takes its culinary cues from their cumulative backgrounds in Manila, Hong Kong, Thailand & France. Since opening three years ago, they developed an immediate loyal following with food critics, wine growers, chefs and most importantly their friends and voisins (neighbors) with a warm welcome and exciting comfort food. Katia is front of house in charge of the wine cellar, while Tatiana (L’Arpege, L’Astrance alum) is using classic French technique and imagination in the kitchen.  The wines are of course all natural, and Katia is a tremendous resource if you are curious or have questions.


Sample dishes:

Fried blood sausage wontons in bouillon, Suckling pig & crackling skin, Clams/Thai basil/ginger/red chile, Duck foie gras baked in brioche.


WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO:

Le Servan creates menus with products from all parts of the animal. As much as I’d love for you to go, if you are a vegetarian or picky eater, it may be difficult to navigate around what is on offer, even on the a la carte menu.

 

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Le Servan

Date reviewed:

January 28, 2017

Reservation policy:

Book At Least 2-3 weeks In Advance

Euros:

€€

Menu format:

À la carte

Address:

32, rue Saint-Maur, Right Bank
Tel: +33 01 55 28 51 82
leservan.com

Hours:

Open Monday Dinner, Lunch & Dinner Tuesday - Friday

Nearest metro:

Rue Saint-Maur, Voltaire

The scene:

No Frills Just Good Food & Wine, Lively & Social, Nice But Not Fancy, See & Be Seen, Wildly Popular

The look:

Rustic Wedding Cake

Who goes:

Food Industry, Visiting Foodies, Locals

The soundtrack:

Locals who know each other laughing, corks popping

Insider tip:

Solo diners can request the bar. Not for picky eaters.