It is in Capelle La Grande, in a restaurant with a new poetic name, La Fleur de Sel, that you are awaited for a few moments out of time.
This is truly a poetic place; the Fleur de Sel is an establishment with a very well defined personality, a bit different from everything else you can find in this region that is very attached to its traditions and its roots. This is a modern restaurant, with its looks resolutely on the future and the dining room of what used to be called Le Bois de Chêne is really transformed. The tones are now mild, going from grey to dark red, through a warm chocolate brown if you take a look at the leather armchairs; the décor is rather sober, the lights are original and the paintings of the more abstract and colourful kind. The result is a trendy and friendly place that does not have to be jealous of the most beautiful places in Paris. If the décor is brand new, nothing has changed for the service part, where Doria will still welcome you with the same care and attention, all discreet efficiency.
As for Laurent Braem’s cuisine, it has undergone a little revolution. His compositions were already delicious, now they are more modern and original, there is a touch of nouvelle cuisine to them. He plays with sweet and sour flavours, juggles with floral and spicy flavours, this genius of varied flavours has reinvented his gourmet world, one that was already quite rich. These flavours are simple in appearance, yet subtle and surprising; you will enjoy them only after having admired the presentation that is always delicate.
This modern restaurant is as sparkling as its poetic name suggests. We really suggest a stop here, it is a promise of a successful mix between elegant atmosphere and tasty cuisine, with a note of true originality to it.
This establishment is truly charming, ideal gourmet can promise that if you come in once, you will want to come back!