Number 66

Bonhomie

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This month, our favorite new spot is Bonhomie, a restaurant, coffeehouse and cocktail bar opened from 8.30 am until 2 am and created by Timothée Prangé. In the kitchen, Spanish chef Nicolas Pla Gomez proposes inspired Mediterranean dishes, that, the day we went, included a red beet tartare, carrot and rose petal soup and chicken from Culoiseau...
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Number 66

Les Résistants

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Run by a group of friends, this newly opened restaurant offers only the finest products coming directly from small producers following a meticulous quality charter that includes taste, price and animal welfare.   LES RÉSISTANTS. 16-18 rue du Château-d’Eau, Paris Xe. 0142064374.
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Number 66

Clover Grill

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Meat lovers, rejoice ! Chef Jean-François Piège just opened a new restaurant, Clover Grill, where prime meats, carefully selected by butcher Olivier Metzger, are cooked to crispy perfection. Such as the oh-so tender Black Angus rib steak. The menu also features a small selection of starters, fish, but also delicious desserts, including a...
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Number 66

Le Bar des Prés

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Celebrity chef Cyril Lignac’s empire keeps on growing with the recent opening on the Left Bank of Le Bar des Prés, right next to his successful restaurant Aux Prés. The Japanese-themed spot proposes a large selection of sushi, sashimi, maki and more, prepared at the counter by a sushi chef.   LE BAR DES PRÉS. 25 rue du Dragon, Paris...
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Number 66

Ida

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After working for Alain Ducasse, Calabrian chef Denny Imbroisi opened his own restaurant, Ida, almost two years ago. In this charming and colorful trattoria, he adds a modern and creative take on classic Italian recipes. We especially love the pasta carbonara and “Capucc’Ida”, a kind of tiramisu served in a cappucino cup. Delizioso...
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Number 66

Buddha-Bar

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Buddha-Bar, a favorite party spot of the 2000s, turns 20 this year and proves it is still relevant, thanks to new chefs Iimura Shigeki and Frédéric Branchu, and their inventive Pacific Rim cuisine.   BUDDHA-BAR. 8-12 rue Boissy-d’Anglas, Paris VIIIe. 01 53 05 90 00.
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Number 66

Little Mana

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At charming new spot Little Mana, young chef Nadia Farra creates graceful dishes inpired by Greek, Lebanese, Italian and Cretan cuisines : labneh with mint oil and cucumber, hummus, stir-fried mussels, octopus salad, salmon gravalax, grilled beef tagliata.   LITTLE MANA. 72 rue du Faubourg-Poissonnière, Paris Xe. 0142463053
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Number 66

Le Perchoir MK2

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The team behind Le Perchoir has done it again, this time teaming up with the MK2 Bibliothèque multiplex to launch MK2 VR, the first - and biggest permanent European space dedicated to experiencing the best of virtual reality. You can then enjoy Thai food and cocktails on the huge terrace.   LE PERCHOIR MK2. 162 avenue de France, Paris...
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Number 66

Vantre

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At this simple yet elegant bistrot, chef Iacopo Chomel (Passage, Saturne) proposes two menus a day according to the seasons. We went for dinner and had cuttlefish with bacon and avocado, followed by gnocchi with sage butter, Parmesan and, for dessert, a potato soufflé with blood-orange sorbet.   VANTRE. 19 rue de la Fontaine-au-Roi,...
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Number 66

Saucette

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Saucette is a new spot entirely dedicated to high-quality sausages. Choose to eat in or take out from six different recipes (beef-sesame, pork-ginger, veal-poultry-tarragon, pork & herbs, black sausage, andouille), served alone or in a sandwich with homemade sides and sauces.   SAUCETTE. 30 rue Beaubourg, Paris IIIe. 0967893273.
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