6 new Parisian restaurants to visit in March


With Sabrina Goldin and Stéphane Abby (Carbón) in charge, Cantina has just opened its doors a stone’s throw away from Canal St Martin in Paris. In a cleverly quaint decor with shabby chic walls and large wooden tables, you can enjoy small, beautifully presented, dishes with an Argentinian street food twist, cooked by Chef Lina Caschetto. Among our favorites is the smoked hummus served with raw vegetables and homemade focaccia, a creamy burrata with olives and blood orange zest, a burger with scamorza cheese and a dulce de leche flan for desert.

11 Rue Marie and Louise, 75010 Paris, Tel. +33 9 80 32 00 39

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Early June

Behind the facade of this charming bar, Amandine Sepulcre (who cut her teeth at Dersou) has dreamed up a tempting seasonal menu that revisits, with style, the classics of the genre: miso mayo egg and sesame seeds, scallop tartar, fermented apples with lemon puree, spicy mushroom stew and parpadelle with parmesan, all accompanied by a large selection of wines and craft beers.

19 Rue Jean Poulmarch, 75010 Paris, Tel +33 1 42 85 40 74


Yaya Sécretan

No need to fly to Santorini, to succumb to the joys of Greek cuisine. The latest address of Chef Juan Arbelaez (Froufrou) and the fine team of the brand Kalios, Yaya Secrétan plunges its visitors into a true Hellenic atmosphere. In a beautiful blue and white decor, adorned with olive trees and tables in light wood, guests are invited to taste grilled octopus, white tarama served with bread and olive oil, xilopitaki pasta with king prawns, tomato sauce and Lemnos feta, a kakavia soup with fish and vegetables or melting kleftiko lamb.

33 Avenue Secrétan, 75019 Paris, Tel +33 1 42 41 12 86


Beau Regard

In place of the iconic Petit Zinc, an expert in crustaceans, Beau Regard has just opened its doors in Paris. Right next to its eponymous cinema, we find a team of excellence, with Chef Mathieu Pacaud (Apicius, Divellec, Anne …) in charge of the kitchen and Studio KO, which created the décor, mixing leather banquettes and Persian rugs by Pierre Frey. We bet that this foody hotspot will quickly become the new headquarters of Saint-Germain-des-Prés locals.

11 Rue Saint-Benoît, 75006 Paris, Tel +33 1 40 41 20 20



Alain Ducasse‘s new bistro, Adjugé, found its hiding place in Hôtel Drouot in Paris. Revisiting the flagship recipes of Lyon, in a more refined version, you can savor gourmet ravioli from Mère Maury, Saint-Jacques à la grenobloise, peppered entrecote served with a gratin Dauphinois, and for dessert try the crème brûlée or the îles flottantes. Simple and efficient.

9 Rue Drouot, 75009 Paris, Tel +33 1 47 70 72 04


Maison Plisson Saint-Honoré

Good news for those who already loved Maison Plisson‘s feel-good cuisine at lunchtime, its restaurant at Place Saint-Honoré, this spring, will open for dinner service. Thus from March 15, from Tuesday to Saturday, visitors will have the choice between three spots (the terrace, the Parigot restaurant in the basement or the more intimate wine cellar upstairs) to succumb to the tasty recipes of this place that celebrates fresh and seasonal products.

35 Market Place Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris, Tel +33 1 83 97 96 96


Translated by Polina Shaykina


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