À Terre New French Restaurant from Chef Yves Le Lay

The French/Danish Chef Yves Le Lay has opened a new restaurant together with his brother, Kasper Langkilde, who is the restaurant’s sommelier. The duo was last seen at Nærvær in Christianshavn, but now, they’ve taken over the old venue of PMY/Taller. The name À Terre means “down to earth.” You can expect a relaxed setting, but a high level of cooking. Le Lay’s style of food has roots in classic French cuisine, but he also finds inspiration elsewhere. For example, he’s not afraid to meddle with Danish traditions, and serves a modern take on desserts like “Ris à l’amande” and “Kæmpe Eskimo”.

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French/Danish Chef Yves Le Lay
French/Danish Chef Yves Le Lay
Vegetable mille feuille with horseradish
Vegetable mille feuille with horseradish
Papillon oysters with pickled elderflowers and Rossini caviar
Papillon oysters with pickled elderflowers and Rossini caviar

 

Grilled goose breast, butter roasted cauliflower, and truffle and chicken skin sauce
Grilled goose breast, butter roasted cauliflower, and truffle and chicken skin sauce
Pumpkin and chanterelle puntalette with white truffle
Pumpkin and chanterelle puntalette with white truffle
Pancakes with oranges, almonds, and apricot sorbet
Pancakes with oranges, almonds, and apricot sorbet
A painting by Chef Yves' father hangs on the wall.
A painting by Chef Yves’ father hangs on the wall.
A map of Paris sets the scene.
A map of Paris sets the scene.

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