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La Cache à Vín
L'avis de Gault&Millau
After spending three years away from the pots and pans, Thierry Galichet (ex- Montrachet) is back, and better than ever. At La Cache à Vín, he and Head Chef Bruno Richeux focus on quintessential French bistro fare.
La Cache à Vín is a classic French wine cave, with stone walls lined with bottles, wooden floors and timber furniture with leather seats. Staff in leather aprons provide friendly and attentive service.
The menu features French favourites, such as foie gras, escargots and coquilles St Jacques – tender fresh scallops, grilled in the shell and finished with a tomato and coriander butter – and a fluffy soufflé à l’oignon et gruyère with a Kirsch velouté. For mains, try baked spatchcock, rack of lamb or cassoulet Toulouse – a hearty white bean casserole with confit duck leg, Toulouse sausage and smoked pork belly, delivering a timeless blend of flavours and textures. Tempting desserts and a selection of French cheeses round out the menu, along with a range of French wines.
PSST! Pick up an excellent French wine to take home from their wine store.
Reviewed for the 2019 Guide