Guillaume Dehecq


Guillaume Dehecq offers you a high-flying tasting experience with extremely well-mastered cooking techniques, noble and locally sourced ingredients – Hydropousse for aromatic herbs in Montreuil, Poujauran for bakery (Paris 7), and the Fabres cheese shop in the Loire Valley. The menu evolves according to seasonal savory and sweet products.

Romain Calvo


Le Comptoir des Fables has a large, welcoming bar for wine and cocktail lovers. Romain Calvo, mixologist, has imagined an evolving liquid menu. With more than 96 wine references and just as many alcohols of all kinds, Romain offers daring food/wine pairings and unique combinations such as Green Pear: Champagne, infused lavender, aloe vera, herbaceous and sparkling pear cordial (€14 ) or the John Daly: Zubrowska Biala vodka, cranberry iced tea, ginger beer, tangy and refreshing rosemary (€14).

Once upon a time…


The story of Fables de la Fontaine began in 2004 when Mr. Constant purchased this establishment to turn it into a small fish restaurant. After an evening spent together searching for a restaurant name related to the Fontaine de Mars, the name “Table de la Fontaine” was chosen, and later “Fables de la Fontaine” was adopted for a playful wordplay.

In 2006, I partnered with Mr. Constant, and he allowed me to manage this establishment. Two months later, we were awarded a Michelin star, which lasted for 12 years. This name means a lot to me due to the history with Mr. Constant, who is like a spiritual father to me and who greatly assisted me in my journey as a young owner at the time. Le Comptoir des Fables was born in 2019, and the Bistrot des Fables in 2023.

Le Comptoir des Fables, the restaurant with daring flavors that breaks the mold in the 7th arrondissement.

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Guillaume Dehecq

Open 7 days a week

Lunch from 12:00 to 2:15 PM
Dinner from 7:00 to 10:15 PM

112 rue Saint Dominique, 75007 Paris
+33 (0)9 88 31 75 17