The restaurant opens its doors to you in an industrial decor, between wood and metal...
Here you will taste a cuisine made of fresh and seasonal products, prepared in front of you in the open kitchen.
|Monday||12:00 - 14:00||-|
|Tuesday||12:00 - 14:00||19:30 - 22:00|
|Wednesday||12:00 - 14:00||19:30 - 22:00|
|Thursday||12:00 - 14:00||19:30 - 22:00|
|Friday||12:00 - 14:00||19:30 - 22:00|
|Saturday||-||19:30 - 22:00|
A graduate at the hotel school Michel Servet in Lille, Alexandre began his career at the restaurant "Terrasse des Remparts" before quickly turning to event caterer. In 2006, he joined the Lecocq catering team to climb the ladder to the position of kitchen assistant.
He then joined the caterer St Once as Chef for 6 years before deciding to take the plunge by opening his own restaurant with his partner, Anne-Sophie Despres.
Alexandre & Anne-Sophie invite you to a culinary discovery in a relaxed and refined atmosphere.
The menu is being renewed over time, and changes along with the seasons and the supply of market gardeners and local producers.
The Chef makes it a point of honor to respect the products and transform them for the happiness of your taste buds.
You are in the heart of Lille!
Do not miss: The Grand'Place in Lille, also called Place du Général de Gaulle (Charles de Gaulle was born in Lille in 1890). Meeting point for all Lille residents, it is dominated by four women: the Goddess in its center which commemorates the siege of Lille by the Austrians in 1792 and the three women who crown the building of the Voix du Nord. These three graces represent the three provinces of the region: Artois, Flanders and Hainaut. The Grand'Place, born in the Middle Ages, at the crossroads of major fairs between the North and the South, is dedicated to trade, of which the Vielle Bourse remains the sumptuous symbol.
Remarkably restored, Old Lille seduces with its flamboyant architecture. Its facades with soft and bold colors highlight the exuberance and profusion of the decor. This architectural diversity of the 17th century encourages strolling.
The Palais Rihour: started in 1453 by Philippe Le Bon, Duke of Burgundy, is one of the rare Lille remains of flamboyant Gothic architecture.
Also take a stroll around Lille and the Opal Coast: its beaches offer unmissable landscapes, they are among the most beautiful in France. It is miles of fine sand from the Belgian coast to the Baie de Somme offering you relaxation, shore fishing, water sports, sand yachting...