It has long baffled me how something so popular in one country can remain relatively unknown in another, even though it is only a short jump across a bit of water away.
In London, they're everywhere. They offer new eyes, new perspectives to the somewhat stuffy restaurant scene. They can offer insights into new cuisines and inroads for new friendships. The Hidden Kitchen found success in Paris, so much so that they decided to open the restaurant, Verjus. Arguably, they fell victim to their success.
Well now it's time for the hunter to become the hunted. I'm putting my neck on the line.
I can't promise it will be the most technically advanced meal you've ever eaten, but I can at least offer a warm, welcoming environment, gorgeous views of Paris and obviously, I'll be doing my best to make it tasty. If you're in Paris for one night or one decade, if you're a single traveller not wanting to eat out alone, or just somebody looking to discover something new... drop me a line.