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A.Léa, the bistro to discover in Montmartre


Chef Léa Lestage, trained in particular at the Bristol with Éric Frechon, opened a bistro with her accomplice William Atlan, a thousand leagues from the tourist traps that are legion in this district.

A bistro in Montmartre whose signature dish is not the tourist trap?

It exists, thank God!

In particular on the north face of the Butte, rue Lamarck, under the sign of A.

Léa, screwed a few months ago after the departure of a previous director.

A very simple and clear room, tables not too crowded, a menu which one wonders if it will hold up, because it dares ambition and at this price, these days, it makes you suspicious.

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The chef, Léa Lestage, could have been a journalist, but luckily she chose a nobler path: feeding true gourmets.

Daughter of a neuro-pharmacologist from Franche-Comté and a mother of Vietnamese origin, the young woman grew up in a world where gluttony reigns, travels a lot, reads a lot - another way to prepare for sole meunière.

She follows classical studies, bac ES, degree in sociology at the Sorbonne, master's degree at the École supérieure de journalisme...

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Source: lefigaro

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