Much like the restaurant’s minimalist interior, the tapas-style plates are innovative in their simplicity.
At the gates of Jean-Baptiste Lebas park, Le Britney introduces a new and exciting way of eating, both in substance and in form. The menu, which is displayed on colourful plaques lining the walls, is made up of both smaller and larger dishes, susceptible to sharing in a tapas-style. Central to every dish is the use of fresh, healthy ingredients, making simple concepts flavoursome and exciting.
At lunchtime, Le Britney is a neighborhood canteen, offering a short menu that changes weekly. In the evening, the dining area turns into a lively bistro serving contemporary, innovative cuisine alongside natural wines and craft beers. Past dishes include asparagus tempura (€7), veal gyoza with ponzu sauce (€18) and the recurring ‘Plat mystère de Britney’ (mystery plate).