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Restaurant Le Drugstore

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  1. © Yann Deret
    © Yann Deret
  2. © Yann Deret
    © Yann Deret

Time Out dit

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Tom Dixon design and plates by Eric Frechon of Le Bristol - Drugstore's new restaurant sets the bar high

The 1960s Champs-Elysées icon counts a brand-spanking new restaurant to its name. Restaurant Le Drugstore is as sleek as can be, in terms of the Tom Dixon design (an open plan marble kitchen boasting, "Come take a look...").

What about the Menu? Thought by Eric Frechon (3 Michelin-starred chef and head of the kitchen at Le Bristol), its revisits the French classics : a golden toasted Croque Monsieur, dainty finger sandwiches... Nothing to be astonished though. But wait for the heavy hitters a strip of Wagyu beef that disolves on the tongue, a rémoulade of smoked cauliflower and haddock with an irresistable crunchy/soft texture and bursts with flavour. Desserts ? Depends. Millefeuille too sugared, but giant gooey meringue with a zingy berry confit.

OK it's a bit on the expensive side, but the quality is yards better than some of its lack-lustre neighbours. And, like the shopping section, Le Drugstore has late opening hours. Lunch, from 12pm to 2.30pm and dinner, from 7pm to 11.30pm. Whether you're on the Champs craving a 10pm burger or need the latest coffee table book. Or a chocolate éclair! A corner of French pastries is now opened until... 2am !

Écrit par
Alice White Walker


133 Avenue des Champs-Élysées
Metro/RER: Charles de Gaulle Étoile / RER (A)
Starters from €13, burgers €19, mains from €25
Heures d'ouverture
Daily 12pm-2.30pm, 7pm-11.30pm
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