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An innovative concept in fine cuisine is being pioneered by the Ferniot brothers at 25 bis boulevard Albert 1er. Boco is a bistro that has been open since the end of March, offering dishes served in clear glass jars to preserve flavour and freshness, as concocted by starred chefs and great pastry chefs. There’s a seasonal menu with accessible prices, from just €16, or as they say, “the best food for the best price”.
The Ferniot brothers are striving to create a new restaurant model, one that meets, above all, their own expectation for quality and taste, and Boco is the realisation of thirty years of dreams. Their father, Jean Ferniot, a writer, a journalist and gastronomic enthusiast, raised the boys from the cradle in French gastronomic traditions.
Vincent is a culinary and gastronomic journalist. Every day on France 3 TV, on the programme “Midi in France”, he shares his passion for the best products and food with viewers and chefs. He is well respected in the culinary world and now people can also taste his gourmet dishes.
His brother, Simon, graduated from the prestigious École Hôtelière de Lausanne but decided to work as a marketing man for some major companies before becoming a business manager in the food supplements sector. Sporty and attentive to wellbeing, he is convinced that good cooking and good health can be combined, if you make an effort.
Boco is open Monday to Friday, from 8 am to 3 pm, with delivery possible in the evening.
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