Knowing how to tell a strong story is now a guarantee to meet your audience and, in terms of taste, to succeed in enticing customers who are increasingly obsessed with new or well-thought-out concepts. authentic. From traditional kebabs to carnivorous delights, including some pieces of modern bistronomy, chefs’ tables and places to live, lepetitjournal.com offers you several selected destinations …
Melt, texan carnivorous delights
Do you feel that good smell of smoked meat? It comes from the kitchens of MELT Cambronne, the new essential center for barbecue enthusiasts in Texas in Paris. Using a large smoker, also from Uncle Sam’s place, the meat owes its incomparable taste to long cooking at low temperature. Here the chef from New York, Alexander Smith, works with the black Angus beef breast cream of the USA; there is also a drawn pig completely dependent,
ultra-melted, delicious Iberian pork ribs Birria Tacos
– a tortilla garnished with smoked lamb shoulders and cheese to be dipped in lamb juice -, a homemade pastrami sandwich, or sausages made with cheddar and Moroccan pepper.
Meanwhile, adventurers will choose pieces of smoked beef cakes,
another piece of cuisine that has become indisputable. For dessert, a creamy Liège coffee as well as gourmet or a fresh pineapple salad with ginger and lime. Original tray service, relaxed and warm atmosphere for this address that honors the promise of an explosion of flavors and colors.
Mr. T, street gourmet food
The concept here can be summed up in one word: Mr. T, chef Tsuyoshi Miyakazi by his real name, this ultra talented and precise Japanese chef who puts his creativity at the service of his clients’s tastes. Sitting on the grass to watch him work with his perfect female partner, we see the food be sausage, sliced, refined and sublimated; at the bottom of the table, a dish is presented as a wonderful set of flavors and colors. Mayonnaise z. T spicy Kebab with spicy lamb-tzatziki is as delicious as it is surprising in its presentation – a cardboard box – revealing its smoke, the Mac & Cheese truffle just has to die for it, like the burnt mackerel passed through flame. and accompanied by gorgonzola, beets, fresh raspberries and edible flowers. As for the Black Smoky Burger with burnt eggplant caviar, flambé cedar and black angus beef, it comes with a generous charcoal croissant. Mr. T digs into the seasonal treasures of Mother Nature and turns everything he touches into gold. For dessert, Mr. Tiramisu (French toast with coffee, mascarpone and chocolate crumble) is an extraordinary explosion of textures and temperatures, its konbawa cake with lemon and its ganashi with white chocolate and meringue perfectly reviews the repertoire; in short, impeccable for this unique table and its iconic artistic wall. Starter lunch menu-dish-dessert with 35 €, we do not stick!
Le Coq & Fils, a high-level bird concept
In the heart of Montmartre, an address created by three-star chef Antoine Westermann. Le Coq & Fils was born into the heart and vision of an inquisitive chef, who wanted to embark on other culinary adventures to find in 2012 the first concept of bistronomy dedicated to 100% high birds. “When an animal has had the life it deserves, it returns it to us in the quality of its meat.”, he often says. This is to promote the importance of good DNA and to remind everyone that the rooster provides offspring. The enterprise selects exclusively purebred birds, raised in conditions that respect deep nature and its well-being: slow growth, open-air life, suitable habitat, healthy food. The result: quality pieces that you can enjoy on the table or, even better, on the counter to watch the show. As a start, we gladly share the heart-shaped gills of gizzards with sweetened mango (€ 7), spicy chicken chromeskis (€ 10) and other candied buns with candied lemon (€ 9); we continue with a cou-nu of Bourgueil vines to share (€ 77), garnished with herb salad (€ 6), homemade chips and a fantastic pasta gratin (€ 10). And for those with dessert, a floating island as delicious as it is visual (€ 14) or a Schlag, an Italian meringue, passion fruit coulis, roasted coconut (€ 9). The dish of the day with 18 € and the possibility of selling grass with barbecue for Sunday!
Café Compagnon, ultra-creative bistronomy
This new place in the Montorgueil neighborhood is not only in trend, but above all it is extremely successful both in terms of the welcome and the nuggets that arrive on our plates. Decorated with light wood and ocher benches, room washed in light during the day or low light in the evening, small private lounge, you immediately feel good here. On the Café Compagnon menu, the seasonal bistro cuisine, with a slight change from elsewhere: naans with Cantal, green harissa (€ 9) or divine carp carpaccio with roasted buckwheat and coffee vinegrette (€ 13), Landes e white asparagus with orange / curry sabajon (16 €) as a start; as for the main dishes, a wonderful almost roast beef, kale, shiitake, anchovies, hazelnuts (31 €), or an ultra-soft roasted octopus with honorable rice, kumquat and fennel (28 €). For dessert, fantastic homemade ice cream – special mention for almond milk – or an absolutely delicious chocolate cake pastry (€ 10). An original and creative cuisine with sublimated flavors, a place that could very well become the center of gourmets.
La Estancia, fashionable Argentine steak
Ideally located in the 6th arrondissement of Paris near Saint-Michel with its large terrace offering a view of Notre-Dame, La Estancia promises a journey of the senses from the plains of Pampa to Buenos Aires. In this cozy South American atmosphere with blue tones, you can enjoy Argentine specialties, including the famous beef with chips and home-made vegetables from the short circuit accompanied by a glass of Malbec, Syrah and Toronto, a grape variety native to Argentina. The meat here is fresh, healthy, tender and extremely tasty. of Bom de Lomo (€ 39) is just perfect, but you can also split large pieces of beef with carving on the table (beef ribs for 2 (€ 78) or Asado Mixto (mix grill € 156) for 4-6 people. We are also pleasantly surprised by the variety of choices offered elsewhere: famous Argentinean empanadas to share (from € 5), cod ceviche (€ 18) or crunchy shrimp
wild from Argentina (15 €).
For dessert, cheesecake with speculoos or Dulce de Leche that comes in a chocolate coulant or in a can. Lunch formula from 19 €.
Impact Berliner Kebap, kebab room
The award for best kebab in town seems to be given to this stall in the Bastille neighborhood, which offers a short but delicious range of oriental sandwiches made to perfection. We choose its base, a warm pancake or a traditional Turkish bread, or even in a bowl formula (based on wheat or spicy quinoa); then garnish with marinated chicken cooked on a skewer according to the kebab tradition, marinated and home-cooked vegetables, fresh vegetables and a thousand herbs and sauces that perfectly enhance it all to your liking: lemon version, chimichurri , sesame or mayonnaise, the composition is almost infinitely customizable! Impact Berliner Kebap guarantees 100% home and offers a kebab from € 6.50, or a lunch formula with chips and a drink from € 10, which makes it the best value for money in the capital!
Pokawa, Hawaii cup
Light, color and flavor in these little bowls with a thousand cakes. You choose your base, white rice with vinegar or black rice, then compose to your liking by collecting live fish, chicken, edamame, grated carrots, radish and cabbage, nuts…. And a selection of tropical sauces, soy or ponzu. The latest from Pokawa is the Indonesian ultra gourmet bowl with marinated chicken in satay sauce, vegetables, cashews, sesame seeds and pansy flowers. Fill it with iced tea or home-made lemonade or some perfect sweet notes: chia seeds, coconut and mango cream, fruit pudding or chocolate fondant. Formula from € 10.90 to enjoy them on the spot or to add color to your everyday life!
The Little Count
This delightful bar set in Boulogne revolves around the concept of carefully and heartily prepared French cuisine. Spacious and bright dining room overlooking the busy street or terrace area on sunny days, Le Petit Comte has a few pieces in its bag: mackerel tart with sweetened lemon and avocado (€ 12), fillet with lemon ginger grilled Polish and dried spinach with ultra delicious garlic (25 €); for dessert, a chocolate mousse covered with grilled almonds (€ 9), or the country star, a floating island that has made a name for itself (€ 9). Adorable and personal service, taste, smile and good humor as a bonus, here is a welcoming table we want to adopt.
Umami, the temple of hamburgers and American specialties
Located in the newly renovated, 115-foot-high, 900-foot-high, 900-room Pullman Hotel, a Sky Bar offering a breathtaking view of the capital from the 32nd floor, this California-themed, tasteful spot is well worth a visit. In the Umami burger program, croissant buns filled with a thousand flavors: classic version with cheddar and minced meat, crunchy chicken version, vegan version and luxury option with Rossini and his slice of foie gras fried in the pan, old mimoleta and aioli sauce with truffle Count € 15-20 for a burger and + € 7 in formula including also a french fries and a drink. Serve with some thin chips, plain or sweet, with truffle or XXL version. Fill it with a small salad of marinated cabbage and grilled pork (Korean Pork Belly Slaw, € 15) and finish with a giant milkshake (€ 9), or a red velvet cake with cream cheese ( 7 €). Adventurers will also discover a local specialty: the Umami Gibson cocktail (€ 14), based on gin and vermouth filled with spices and… pickle juice! A classic of tables across the Atlantic, which already have some fans.