Among the finest novelties of the season, Haikara Summer has enough to pique our curiosity. Led by the team at Munchies Street Food Truck, this new pop-up restaurant takes its summer quarters at Chambre Noire, a Parisian dining cellar known for its natural wines. With chef Sho Miyashita behind the stove, the menu puts the spotlight on Japanese tapas: immense gyozas, fried chicken karaage, grilled mackerel, marinated burrata… All accompanied by Japanese cocktails and natural wines, to be enjoyed on the terrace.
A little dormant in recent years, the Sir Winston, a chic and charming pub, located on the Rue de Presbourg, has just undergone a facelift. Revamped by Laura Gonzalez (behind the décor of La Gare, Lapérouse, and La Lorraine), the wild fabrics, velvet and thick carpets have been replaced with colorful benches, an abundance of greenery, tables stamped with floral motifs, and a lovely terrace to enjoy the first rays of the summer sunshine. In this joyous atmosphere, reminiscent of Indian beach houses, you can also discover a new menu from Manoj Sharma, a talented chef from Delhi, who learned the ropes in London before taking the helm at Sir winston.
Since the opening of his first restaurant Rue du Nil, Gregory Marchand has acquired a solid reputation on the Parisian culinary scene. Among the first to pay homage to street food, the chef leans toward gourmet recipes crafted with the finest of local produce and impeccably sourced natural wines. And drum roll – this summer he is taking residence near Pigalle with the opening of a new Frenchie. Laying its suitcases at the heart of the Grand Pigalle Hotel, this new address has been decorated by Dorothée Meilichzon. Green marble countertops, rough oak, brass, frescoes created by ceramic artist Marion Graux, the location has a refined and luminous décor. As for the menu, one finds monkfish tail curry with green peppers, sweetbread nuggets with caviar, and smoked ricotta served with roasted apricots.
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