Cuisine: Asian, Brazilian, Fusion, Japanese, Latin
Inspired by the Japanese quarter of Sao Paulo called Liberdade, this restaurant concept has just taken flight here in Paris. It is the brain chlld of a brother and sister team, both French, who tasted... Read More
Inspired by the Japanese quarter of Sao Paulo called Liberdade, this restaurant concept has just taken flight here in Paris. It is the brain chlld of a brother and sister team, both French, who tasted their way through the street food botecos of Brazil, as well as the gastronomic restaurants, and wanted nothing more than to share the food - and the cachaca based cocktails - with the folks back home. Back home was at that time Hong Kong, so the testing ground for this success story was first there, and now, it's here in Paris.
- Lunch: "For lunch their menu is oriented towards the office workers in the neighborhood, meaning individual menu choices and non-alcoholic drinks. But you really ought to come back in the evening, too, for their specialty Brazilian inspired cocktails and delicious small plates, for sharing, that are Brazilian-Japanese fusion and is such happy-food you will feel like doing the samba before you know what's hit you."
- Best for Lunch Because: Brazilian seems to be one of the newer food trends in town but this puts even a spin on that, with its Japanese-Brazilian fusion cuisine.