Saturday, 9 November 2013

Les Trois Marches

Lunch at Les Trois Marches (the three steps). The chef, Cyrille Robert, is very creative (seen here clockwise from top left: velvety Jerusalem artichoke soup with rutabaga crisps (chips to you on the other side of the pond!), tuna with artichoke mousse and chicken with pumpkin mousse). If you are ever in Versailles, just don't miss it, it's very close to the palace! 

Déjeuner aux Trois Marches. Le chef, Cyrille Robert, est très créatif (ici dans le sens des aiguilles d'une montre à partir du haut à gauche : velouté de topinambours avec chips de rutabaga, thon à la mousse d'artichauts et volaille à la mousse de potiron. C'était absolument délicieux. Si vous passez par Versailles, ne manquez pas cette adresse, toute proche du château !  Plus d'infos par ici.

13 comments:

William Kendall said...

Sounds delicious!

Sylvia K said...

Oh, YUM!!! I'm ready to there right now!! Looks delicious!! Have a great weekend, Ciel!!
Sylvia

Randy said...

I like the paintings in the first shot.

Dave said...

Jerusalem artichoke soup is a family favourite in our house. I used to grow them but once planted they are very hard to get rid of. They are a relative of the sunflower.

VP said...

Too early to be tempted, but the place looks lovely...

Stuart said...

This place looks simply elegant. You should offer the owner a print of your collage, it's fabulous... maybe he'll offer you dinner !

Birdman said...

Is that a mirror straight ahead or another room? Either way, I'd take '3 steps' to this inviting table.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Love the interior shot Ciel, looks like a eclectic design mix..oh yeh the food looks pretty delish too :)

Small City Scenes said...

We are on our way------I wish!
Sorry you see no wings---Your lamp has wings. MB

EG CameraGirl said...

Artichoke soup sounds divine!

llandudnopictures said...

Delicious looking, and no doubt tasting!

JM said...

What a very cool place!

cieldequimper said...

@ Birdman: it is a mirror.