New restaurants to try this week in Paris

The Parisian dining scene continues to expand with a host of new restaurants to discover this season in Paris.


Small pocket restaurant, Double has just opened its doors at 87 rue Lamarck, on the heights of Montmartre. Composed of two fine attached countertops (12 covers in total) and an open kitchen where you can work. Tsuyoshi Yamakawa (ex Saturne and Verre Volé), the place transforms throughout the day. At lunchtime it offers onigiris, only to take away, while in the evening you can enjoy a menu halfway between Italy and Japan on site. Sharing a table, accompanied by a beautiful list of carefully selected natural wines, there is a maritozzo brioche stuffed with ricotta and salmon roe, a shrimp and scallop ravioli, chitarra spaghetti with monkfish, yuzukosho, mushrooms and ponzu butter, lamb or even a dorayaki with praline cream and toasted hazelnuts.
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DOUBLE in ParisMickaël A. Bandassak


instead of the old balagana festive and always full Mediterranean table, Assaf Granite AND Tomer Lanzman (already in front of Tekes, shabour, Shosh, Boubale…) have just opened kapara. With a name that designates “the loved one that we invite without telling”, the place is committed to a warm atmosphere and sunny cuisine to share. After sipping a margarita in the cozy bar, visitors sit down at the table. Made with mezzes and other comforting recipes, the menu brings together a frenavon brioche to dip in tahini, burnt eggplant caviar or burnt tomatoes, but also a tuna tartare, spicy ketfas, beet ravioli, pork chops, lamb or even pastries Oriental.
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