Racines, faithful to its promise.
At their age, we often stammer, our eyes screwed to the end of our shoes. Or, full of pride, one knows everything, the aplomb of youth.
We can also rely on a talent and an expert competence that is already well established. This is the case at Racines.
We discovered the place at its very first hours, taken at once by the hand and towards the taste, we returned to live it several times for as many menus traversed. More out of desire than to find any kind of validation, it is indeed the renewed pleasure that affirms to us that the target is more than reached, we are in the bull's eye at all levels and we have to go back far in our memory to find such a degree of balance and accuracy for such a young house.
The framework has evolved, following the success of the house. Still in three moods: the elegant living room has joined the pantry, the dining room of the veranda, always bathed in light, has seen the addition of a second dining space.
Maxime Sanzot and Louise Zordanello's initial model has not been altered by awards and success; it remains adorned in the humility of a philosophy that they describe as: "a daily choice to be part of a sustainable, local approach, respectful of the environment, of seasonality as well as of the men and women who give back so well to nature what it offers best. With a single goal: to provide emotions and above all the feeling of plenitude of knowing that we are working for our immediate happiness, but also that of tomorrow.
With the complicity of Agim Salioski in the kitchen, the couple proposes refined compositions based on clear associations, based on noble ingredients that work towards a single goal: the revelation of taste. This ambitious cuisine, deliberately environmental - emphasize the mental - is marvelously set on the one hand by Louise's precise and gentle service and on the other hand, by the superb wine flights of Maxime, a young virtuoso sommelier, whose choices do not only accompany the plates: better, he reveals them. An essential address in our eyes.