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Delve into an Asian interpretation of French cuisine at Le Servan, run by sisters Tatiana and Katia Levha.

Le Servan—a tiny bistro located in Paris’ 11th arrondissement—is run by chef Tatiana Levha and her sister, Katia Levha. With only 38 seats available along with a few stools in the bar, Le Servan has a welcoming and homey atmosphere featuring modern decor and large windows.

Infusing references from their childhood in France, Hong Kong, Thailand and the Philippines, the Levha sisters offer a worldly, contemporary take on quintessential French cuisine at Le Servan. It’s a spot not to miss when visiting the City of Light.

Le Servan
32 Rue Saint-Maur
75011 Paris
France

  • Photography:
    Virginie Garnier
  • Photography:
    Virginie Garnier
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