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Art and culinary genius combined
Combine fine dining with culinary genius and you get La Soupe Populaire. This restaurant also has a reputation for creating a symbiotic relationship between food and art by hosting contemporary art exhibitions and designing complementary menus inspired by the collections themselves. La Soupe Populaire is also well known for its fabulous chef, Tim Raue, whose previous restaurant experience helped earn Michelin stars. A meal at this restaurant is a must for art lovers and foodies.
In addition to the art-themed menu, there is also a popular standard menu that includes 5 starters, 4 mains and 3 desserts. Unusual dishes like smoked eel, suckling pig cheek, plaice, bee sting cake are popular favourites. The restaurant has an extensive wine list with bottles from Germany, France, Italy and France.