The hottest restaurant of the moment
The foodistas can’t seem to get enough of this place since its opening in early October: Shabour. This is undoubtedly the sexiest, most exciting and talked about restaurant of the season.
The gourmet team behind the already legendary Balagan: Dan Yosha, Assaf Granit, Uri Navon and Tomer Lanzman, embark on a journey around the Mediterranean cuisine. Assaf Granit, one of the most prominent Israeli toques, is once again claiming to be one of the most outstanding world leaders of his generation.
It is a 3-star menu in an atypical place in the heart of the Trail, in a bar style that revolves around a large kitchen and his team, surrounded by high tables on which we dine elbow-to-elbow. The inspired Mediterranean cuisine is served in a beautiful china dishware mismatched and the water in silver timbales.
On the menu you’ll want : bread baked in an olive branch and picked up at za’atar (8 €), smoked poached egg with tea served in a tahini scum with salmon and caviar eggs (13 €), tortellini chorizo, machluta, labane and pine nuts, and a spicy sauce (22 €). To end, the incredible chocolate mousse served with a pinch of salt flower from the Dead Sea and a drizzle of Sicilian olive oil in a silver ladle placed on the plate. The “Travel” menu keeps its promises in 4 dishes and 2 desserts generously served (91 € per person) accompanied by a delicious Pinot Noir from Santa Barbara.
The staff is efficient and very kind in the kitchen and in the dining area. The vibe of the restaurant is very lively with the great music in the background, pretty girls and beautiful kids seated around. In short, all this creates an electric and friendly atmosphere around a great kitchen. Undeniably, Paris is always a party
19 rue Saint Sauveur 75002 (no telephone)
A la Carte and Menu Travel (4 courses 2 desserts) to 91 €, beautiful wine list of the world
From 18h30 to 23h30. Closed Sunday. Mandatory reservation.
the new 100% vegan coffee shop of the Sentier
Conscious of the ethical and ecological reasons which push more and more people to refuse to consume products of animal origins, the founders opted for greedy and vegan solutions.
Open daily, the Sunday brunch is particularly tasty (26 €).
Croissant with flour complete original and tasteful, plate composed of a salad (green salad, grated carrots, grated cabbage, some grains of pomegranate), guacamole, roasted potatoes and a scramble of tofu with vegetables, pancakes, under a heap of whipped cream (vegan, of course), red fruits and flaked almonds.
On weekdays, muffins, cakes, avocado toast, salads, bowls etc.
The drinks menu is quite impressive and makes the choice difficult (matcha latte coffee, beetroot latte, hot chocolate and a wide variety of fresh fruit juices).
We leave Cloud Cakes satisfied and satisfied to be doing good to the planet.
6 Rue Mandar, 75002 Paris
Open every day, reservation recommended
Telephone: +33 1 42 33 95 45
Jeanne Damas’s canteen shop
Icon of French style with more than 1.2 million followers on Instagram and muse of her friend Simon Porte Jacquemus, Jeanne Damas launched her own label in 2016.
The opening of this new concept-store last September was hence a part of the strategy of this business woman.
Rouje has moved to the place of Manoush’s showroom rue Bachaumont. The decor is very cozy with comfortable sofas and coffee tables, fireplace, carpet, soft colors. Rouje is conceived as a Parisian apartment. You can find everything: jewels, bags, clothes of course and her makeup line.
Heart for the Jeans Bar, essential to the wardrobe of a true Parisian.
Gourmande and “gourmette” Jeanne Damas grew up in the cafe run by her parents in the 12 th arrondissement of Paris. Jeanne Damas opened Chez Jeanne next to her shop in collaboration with Alexandre Arnal, Takaramono’s chef. The chef revisits brewery classics with good local products: croque monsieur and cod brandade and plates to share in the evening.
11 bis rue Bachaumont, 75002
Chez Jeanne restaurant, open every day