MODERN BISTRO - Alert wise in the seventh district of Paris! The restaurant L'Escudella ( "plate" in Occitan) threaten to upset a gastronomic landscape purring ... The new bistro chef Paul-Arthur Berlan looks indeed as good news with malignant plates that look to the South.
FRAME SIDE - The Chef of The Escudella imagined a friendly place, where the warm colors (blue and orange hues) delight as they subside. The varnished wooden tables alongside plates put under frame, green plants, books, and a few works of contemporary art. A reassuring framework for thirty guests who can sit in the dining room.
SIDE TABLE - Working voluntarily a short menu with perfect readability, Paul-Arthur Berlan known simply everyone. Whoever wants to sustain a board of charcuterie or a terrine accompanied by a good will nectar of L'Escudella his kingdom while the big appetites will face a tough choice among 5 or 6 inputs, dishes and desserts that the chief displayed and renewed on a regular basis.