Remember the dish of contention in Disney’s Ratatouille? Well, now you know where you can find it in its best tastes in all of Paris! Miznon is not limited to just that. Here you can find Israeli food with a French finesse, usually accompanied by a plump, soft and juicy pita. In the rare chance that you are a vegetarian going out on a limb with French menus, freely order strange sounding dishes at this eatery for they offer tons of vegetarian options.
The strategic spot for local gossip and even banking experts, the eateries of Le 52 are spread out across France and not just about serving gorgeous cuisine. You can find the aesthetics of neo-brassiere interior decorations, invented by Charles Compagnon, alongside your modern French meal at this place dedicated to giving a good time to its diners.
Changes are the currency of life, and the only Parisian restaurant following the selfsame motto is le Septime, where exquisite and creative, plant or vegetable-focused dishes are changed every two weeks. Despite the high quality of food offered here, you may not find a trace of fine dining pomp and chef arrogance at this humbling place. Delve into its dishes for their mouth-watering flavours and bursting textures.
This relatively modern joint in Paris experiments with the essential requirements of restaurants by offering light ambience, hearty food, tongue licking food and fine dining inspired presentation – at lower prices. Its sought out dishes like Parmesan soup with cabbage and bonito flakes are stark examples of high flavours in adventurous spaces.