Sven Chartier and Ewen Lemoigne have taken the concept of cave à manger to a new level with Saturne, a beautiful, spacious wine bar and restaurant located steps from the Bourse in Paris’s 2nd arrondissement. Both were most recently at Racines, a wine bar in the Passage de Panorama known for its almost militant adherence to natural wines and impeccable products. Saturne offers much of the same, but in a much grander setting. Click Here To Keep Reading
This wine bar/cave à manger, recently opened in the picturesque Passage Panorama, is a welcome addition to the Paris wine scene. Bright and airy with a great terrace in a quiet part of the passage, with the warm weather coming, it’s sure to be a hit.
Expect small plates of marinated anchovies, smoked fish, charcuterie, artisanal cheese, Isigny “special” oysters, sardines, and foie gras all washed down with a nice selection of vins naturels. A recent visit also included two plats du jour, andouillette or pork chops, served with homemade mashed potatoes.
Passage des Panoramas
01 44 82 08 54
Open daily except Sunday
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