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2022: New restaurants to try this spring in Paris
The Parisian food scene continues to expand with an anthology of new restaurants to discover this winter in Paris.A lively bistro, a new temple of Mediterranean cuisine, a Japanese roll bar… A guided tour of the new restaurants to have lunch and dinner in 2022 in Paris.
The new addition of the Savoir Vivre restaurant group (already behind the club Hôtel Bourbon and Déviant) Le Collier de la Reine is halfway between the traditional Parisian brasserie and the English public house. Divided into three spaces, there is a welcoming bar, a festive cellar where you can unearth natural wines (and drink them standing on the spot without corkage fees) but also a large dining room where you can taste the good classics of French cuisine. Modernizing the seafood platter, the menu changes with the seasons, currently featuring stuffed cabbage, country pâté and even a scallop crudo.
Stuffed cabbage at Le Collier de la Reine 57 Rue Charlot, 75003 Paris
A new restaurant adjoining the Klay gym, Tekés is the latest culinary project from Assaf Granit, Dan Yosha, Tomer Lanzman and Uri Navon. This fine team (which is already sparking at the helm of Shabour and Balagan) celebrates plants in all their forms. Between East and West, the menu mixes homemade breads with spices and burnt tomato, Syrian olives, almond tahini, babagganoush, grilled eggplant… All to be enjoyed in a warm decor with colorful prints and organic materials.
The Tékès restaurant in Paris – 4 bis Rue Saint-Sauveur, 75002 Paris, by BENJAMIN ROSEMBERG
Work of Romain Taieb (already behind Le Piaf, Bambini and Nanashi) joined by entrepreneur Thomas Moreau, landed from New York, this temple of Japanese roll is organized around a long concrete bar. The stars of the menu include, the rolls prepared on the spot, made with crispy nori seaweed, vinegared rice and they come in all possible forms: salmon, yellowtail, crab (a must try), scallops, Toro tuna or lobster. To be eaten by hand, they can also be served with sashimi, edamame or even spicy cucumber salads. Without forgetting the sweet tooth, the meal ends with plump mochis (coconut, black sesame, yuzu or praline) made by Agathe Bernard, an expert in the field.
DokiDoki in Paris – 59 Rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 75001 Paris, by MARION BRIFFOD
This winter, the Beaumarly group is heading for the quays of Beaugrenelle. Colorful decor by Martin Brudnizki, (to whom we owe Annabel’s in London and Le Chardenoux in Paris), La Plage Parisienne seduces both with its plunging view of the Seine, and its interior decorated with plant frescoes whose tones recall Déjeuner des Canotiers, the painting by Auguste Renoir. As for the kitchen, the menu has been designed in a seaside spirit, offering sea bream ceviche with yuzu, fine oysters, crab linguine or even a tarte tatin and vanilla rice pudding. A festive atmosphere punctuated by DJ sets from Wednesday to Saturday and a generous weekend brunch.
La Plage Parisienne – Port de Javel Haut, 75015 Paris
More than five years after the inauguration of her eponymous bistro, chef Mikaela Liaroutsos is opening the doors of a new restaurant in Paris. In the spirit of a revisited Greek tavern, étsi – l’ouzeri relies on tempting Cycladic recipes twisted with street food influences. On the menu: octopus salad, fried squid, puffy pita bread, grilled meat, fries with oregano or kourkoubinia. All accompanied by cocktails and good Greek wines.
étais – l’ouzeri – 41 Rue du Ruisseau, 75018 Paris