Only open for lunch, L’Olivier is located in a small dead-end of the Champigny area in Ducos. The chef prepares simple and refined dishes, changing on a daily basis, according to the products available on the market. The menu is posted at 10 a.m. every day on the Facebook page of the restaurant. Start, for example, with a homemade foie gras terrine with fig chutney and toasted brioche, followed by a caribean sea bass a la plancha in a cream of celeriac and shellfish bisque, and finish off with a French toast brioche with salted butter caramel and ice cream. L’Olivier is perfect for a lunch with friends, a romantic tête-à-tête or a business meal, thanks to an efficient and cheerful staff.