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LE SAINT SÉBASTIEN

BEST NEW BISTRO

LE SAINT SÉBASTIEN

SHORTLISTED BY BISTRONAUT #5

WHO
Couple Daniela Lavadenz (formerly of Le 6 Paul Bert) and Thomas Deck (of Deck & Donohue brewery) teamed up with American chef Robert Mendoza (formerly of Willows Inn on Lummi Island) to open this French néobistro.

FOOD
A tight chef-driven menu both for dinner and lunch, with the advantage of lunch being a true steal at €24 for a 3-course menu. For us:
- Perfectly roasted carrots with watercress and dried beef to start
- Expertly cooked hake with white asparagus and caper sauce as a main
- Beautiful citrus tart with mint and a Mezcal-infused whipped cream

DRINKS
A comprehensive drinks list including wine (such as an Alsation red from Jean Pierre Rietsch (€8,5 a glass) or a La Baraterie white from Savoie (€7,50 a glass), beer (Deck & Donohue naturally – €7 for a pint) and cocktails (like their homemade Vermouth – €8 a glass).

DECOR
Sleek with terrazzo flooring, large windows, emerald green accents and an open kitchen.

NOISE
Surprisingly quiet for such a busy spot.

SEATING
Wood and marble tables and green and wood chairs.

VIBE
Mostly serious foodies admiring the gorgeous plating.

SERVICE
Professional.

WOULD RECOMMEND
For your sophisticated foodie friends.

WHO
Couple Daniela Lavadenz (formerly of Le 6 Paul Bert) and Thomas Deck (of Deck & Donohue brewery) teamed up with American chef Robert Mendoza (formerly of Willows Inn on Lummi Island) to open this French néobistro.

FOOD
A tight chef-driven menu both for dinner and lunch, with the advantage of lunch being a true steal at €24 for a 3-course menu. For us:
- Perfectly roasted carrots with watercress and dried beef to start
- Expertly cooked hake with white asparagus and caper sauce as a main
- Beautiful citrus tart with mint and a Mezcal-infused whipped cream

DRINKS
A comprehensive drinks list including wine (such as an Alsation red from Jean Pierre Rietsch (€8,5 a glass) or a La Baraterie white from Savoie (€7,50 a glass), beer (Deck & Donohue naturally – €7 for a pint) and cocktails (like their homemade Vermouth – €8 a glass).

DECOR
Sleek with terrazzo flooring, large windows, emerald green accents and an open kitchen.

NOISE
Surprisingly quiet for such a busy spot.

SEATING
Wood and marble tables and green and wood chairs.

VIBE
Mostly serious foodies admiring the gorgeous plating.

SERVICE
Professional.

WOULD RECOMMEND
For your sophisticated foodie friends.

CHEF

Robert Mendoza

OPENING HOURS

From noon to 2pm (Thursday and Friday) and from 7:30pm to 10:30pm. Closed Sunday.

RESERVATIONS

Reservations online or by phone the day of or the day before.

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