The “New” Huîtrerie Régis

Paris for a Day
On some trips, we end up with a free day in Paris prior to returning to the states, and we never complain! It’s a chance to see what’s new and to visit some favorite spots.

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Huîtrerie Régis – One of Our Favorites
On our first visit, we were charmed by the experience: the food, the place, the ambiance. When friends ask and when we return, we always try to schedule a visit. This time, we were greeted by a new face.

Edoard Duroselle is that new face, he and his partner Benoit purchased Huîtrerie Régis from retiring Régis. Is it still worth a visit? As we say in Minnesota, You Betcha!

Edoard is a new face at Huitrerie Regis. Regis retired and sold the restaurant to Edoard and his partner Benoit.

What’s New at Huîtrerie Régis
Edoard and Benoit are adding just a few dishes, so non-oyster lovers won’t go away hungry. The kitchen is tiny, so they’ll choose wisely. More notably, they are transitioning the winelist to an organic, biodynamic and natural winelist. Lots of choices for the adventurous wine drinker, but don’t worry, Edoard can point out the classic choices anyone can enjoy.

What’s Not Changing at Huitrerie Regis
The focus on the highest quality, freshest oysters will always be the hallmark at Huitrerie Regis. Smiling fans are sure to remain, and no reservations. As always, you can enjoy a glass of wine while you wait for a table to open!

As fellow fans of Huitrerie Regis, Benoit and Edoard couldn’t let the restaurant slip away. Look for one or both of them on your next visit, say “hi”, wish them the best of luck and tell them hello from me!

 

Comments
6 Responses to “The “New” Huîtrerie Régis”
  1. Lisa Denning says:

    I just love that place! I’m so glad it will carry on without Regis. The two new owners seem to be on the right path!

  2. Thanks for the tip! I’ll pass this on to Sue and hopefully we can visit!

  3. Peter says:

    I’m loving the Pataille, Lambert, and Ardroisière

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