Selection of new addresses to discover in Paris
With conviviality and gastronomy as keywords, the new Parisian restaurants bring together citizens and tourists. Flavors of the world, Parisian bistro, French gastronomy… The various chefs of these establishments offer a unique experience to their customers by offering them tasty dishes and a warm atmosphere. Whether it’s for a more intimate lunch or dinner, these new addresses are on the way to becoming unmissable places. Overview of these new commercials that are worth seeing.
Source, more private
Head towards the Rive Gauche, and more precisely in the Saint-Germain district, where an intimate and sophisticated table is revealed, with a limit of 18 guests. While echoing its name Source, the restaurant is adorned with different shades of blue that form the movements of the waves. As soon as they enter, guests are invited to take a seat at the various wooden tables that present themselves in this room that is both raw and contemporary. At the helm, a brigade of three chefs proposes a five- or seven-step menu orchestrated around seasonal produce. Customers can, among other things, taste ravioli with marinated carrots, ricotta and carrot juice or cod accompanied by marinated salmon roe and a delicate curry emulsion. For gourmets, the venue also offers a bespoke wine list that goes perfectly with the dishes. A table to test without further ado.
Source, 17 rue Grégoire de Tours, 75006 Paris. www.sourcerestaurant.fr
Ambos, the tastiest
Ambos, which means “both” in Spanish, is a welcoming place to discover in the heart of the Luxembourgish quarter. Inside, raw materials such as stone, brick and wood restore its original style, giving it a contemporary touch. In the kitchen, the two chefs offer their customers a cuisine without borders, based on the heritage and techniques of French gastronomy. Both at the counter opening onto the kitchen and in the basement in the vaulted cellar, customers discover dishes inspired by the travels of the two chefs between South America, Italy, Spain and Thailand. On the main course we find, for example, the “inverted” pad thai with shellfish tartare, crispy rice tuile and tamarind dressing, sausage pancake or braised castile.
Ambos, 38 rue de Vaugirard, 75006 Paris www.ambos-restaurant.fr
Sphere, the most pointed
Japanese chef Tetsuya Yoshida invites his guests to his new gourmet restaurant in a refined and unique setting with a refined atmosphere. Calling to zenitude, this place offers a creative approach to French gastronomy with seasonal and exceptional products from short circuits. On the other side of the kitchen, the chef prepares his so-called “carte blanche” menu, orchestrated in four, six or seven phases. On the program, appetizers, meat, fish and a selection of sweet and fruity desserts. If in a hurry it is available also a classic à la carte menu. Surrounded by greenery and woven screens, customers can enjoy tasty dishes enhanced by unique and balanced seasonings.
Sphere, 18 rue de la Boétie, 75008 Paris. restaurantsphere. com
Alesti, the most Parisian
Bistro-style, this restaurant pays homage to Parisian tradition with its cheerful atmosphere. As soon as they enter, customers find themselves immersed in the great Parisian brasseries of the time with their large benches and large counters. In the kitchen, the creative menu calls for an eco-responsible approach with a choice of sourced produce. Snacking, large dishes, small dishes… Everything is geared towards sharing. In the desire to continue the tradition, the chef bases himself on a menu of appetizers, main courses and desserts, which is very popular in this type of establishment. Customers find, for example, traditional dishes such as scallops, marrow bone, oxtail or lamb confit ten hours and its pearl juice. For vegetarians, the chef also offers creations such as winter vegetables in pesto broth or mashed potatoes with Nantes butter and confit egg.
Alesti, 13 rue du Faubourg Montmartre, 75009 Paris www.alesti-paris.fr