The rebirth of the iconic Argentine steakhouse - located in a nondescript building on a Marais backstreet - sees the world renowned, three Michelin-starred chef Mauro Colagreco take over the stoves. This tiny restaurant - with its period tiles and elegant Art Deco ceiling - was a favorite of the fashion crowd for decades before it closed.
Carmina Lebrero, one of the original owners partnered with Riccardo Giraudi of BeefBar Monaco to re-open the restaurant, who has bought in the Chef Patron of restaurant Mirazur from the Cote D'Azur. Expect a menu inspired by his Argentinian heritage and childhood - with plenty of references to asado - with dishes cooked over charcoal with beautiful simplicity. The intimate, yet upscale hot spot once again rises from the ashes and sure to become one of the capital's most hard to come by reservations.
Marinated cabbages with smoked stracciatella, olives & anchovies; seabass tiradito with raspberry leche de tigre & truffle cream; pan-fried scallops, beans & chimichurri from the sea; beef knuckle stew with mashed potatoes and calf sweetbread with Menton lemon.