One in the kitchen, the other in the front, Hervé and Sabine work together to make this bistro a place like no other.
The complicity helping (they know each other since they were fourteen), it works !
But a chief's bistro, what is it about?
Hervé explains that he followed the tradition of these chefs whom aside of their main restaurant sometimes a little too stuffy, have another business more friendly and less concerned about the constraints of the gastronmy protocol. Here at Le Bistro d'Hervé, we welcome friends and loved ones in a pleasant atmosphere. We eat at reasonable prices some "greedy dishes".
The outside of the restaurant offers on one part, a peaceful terrace with a tapas corner and a large and nice bar area.
The tables are protected under large gray hanging sails and kind of make this place special.
The entrance of the restaurant looks like a Parisian "café comptoir" with the coffee machine and rows of wine bottles.
The inside is comfier and has been the subject of particular attention. Red benches, a contrast of gray and bronze on the walls. It is funny to know that the knives were specially designed for the restaurant, as the polished concrete and wrought iron tables.
GUESS WHO ELSE LIKE TO VISIT THE PLACE ?