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Yam’Tcha tea room and cafeteria

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Yam’Tcha tea room and cafeteria

Those who’ve been watching the fantastic Netflix series Chef’s Table are no doubt familiar with Adeline Grattard and her now famous restaurant Yam’Tcha. It had only been open for a little over a year when it was awarded its first Michelin star, having quickly gained a reputation for the youthfulness of its chef and its unusual French-Chinese fusion cuisine. Last year, the restaurant moved to a larger space at 121 rue Saint Honoré, its former location transformed into the Yam'Tcha tea room and cafeteria, run by Adeline Grattard’s husband, the Chinese tea sommelier Chi Wah. Along with superb tea served in a classic ritual, you must try the bao, a steamed bun that is like the Chinese version of a sandwich. The dough – mantou – is prepared by steaming the yeast, the bread forming with an especially mild taste and texture. Bao at Yam’Tcha comes with all kinds of fillings – Comté cheese and sweet onions, shiitake mushrooms and vegetables, and so on. The place is loved by many, so you’d best get there before the usual French lunch hour if you want to find a free stool.

4 rue Sauval

11/2016

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