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This lowkey yet very popular place is a favourite local place, its known for for rotating chefs to pop up and serve their own cuisine for a few months. Recent chefs have cooked up Palestinian classics like kubbeh grilled on charcoal, North African and Judeo-Arabic dishes like calf’s liver boulfaf and chickpea ragout, Italian twists on classics like veal brain ravioli with briney bottarga, and crispy Korean fried chicken. The neighborhood-like atmosphere is lively and loud thanks to the open kitchen, and since the space isn’t huge, book ahead if you can.

4 Rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris

+33 9 51 05 80 88

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