By Chef Noam Gedalof & Sommelier Etheliya Hananova

 Photograph courtesy of Comice

Photograph courtesy of Comice

About Chef Noam Gedalof & Sommelier Etheliya Hananova

Chef Noam Gedalof (previously of Kaizen in Montreal and The French Laundry in Yountville) and Etheliya Hananova (of Le Club Chasse et Pêche, Lawrence in Montreal and Ici in Brooklyn) are the owners and chef and sommelier team of the Michelin-starred Comice, located in Paris' 16th Arrondissement. The contemporary French restaurant features seasonal cuisine and a wine list focused on artisan winemakers. The Canadian husband and wife duo moved to Europe to work at the Michelin-starred restaurant Le Sergent Recruteur before opening Comice.

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COMICE
31 Avenue de Versailles, 75016 Paris, France
T: +33.(0)1.42.15.55.70
comice.paris


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 Photograph courtesy of Les Grands Verres | Photo credit: Damien Lafargue

Photograph courtesy of Les Grands Verres | Photo credit: Damien Lafargue

Les Grands Verres

From our 16th arrondissement buddies, the owners of Candelaria and Mary Celeste, who serve fresh, seasonal Mediterranean-influenced cuisine by chef Preston Miller. They offer great cocktails and a have great wine list, all in a beautiful space.

Located inside Palais de Tokyo
13 Avenue du Président Wilson, 75016 Paris, France
T: +33 (1) 85.53.03.61
www.quixotic-projects.com/venue/les-grands-verres

 Photograph courtesy of Le Rigmarole

Photograph courtesy of Le Rigmarole

Le Rigmarole

Jessica Yang and Robert Compagnon are an amazing couple doing beautiful, refined yakitori with delicious artisan-driven wines. The vibe here is very laid-back.

10 Rue du Grand Prieuré, 75011 Paris, France
T: +33.(0)1.71.24.58.44


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 Photograph courtesy of Mokonuts

Photograph courtesy of Mokonuts

Mokonuts

A cute little café owned and run by husband-and-wife chef team Omar Koreitem and Moko Hirayama. He is Franco-Lebanese with an obsession for southern Italian food; she is Japanese and lived in the U.S. for several years. They both have spent time living and working in renowned establishments in New York, London, and Paris. All of this translates to beautiful, fresh, product-based dishes that are original, balanced and vegetable-forward, which is a rarity in Paris. Her desserts are insanely delicious, as are her cookies. 

5 Rue Saint-Bernard, 75011 Paris, France
T: +33.9.80.81.82.85

 Photograph courtesy of Brutos

Photograph courtesy of Brutos

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Brutos

Wood-fired grilling of whole fishes, beautiful cuts of meat, natural wines, and dangerously delicious caipirinhas created by partners Ninon and Lucas. They also have a great cachaça list.

5 Rue du Général Renault, 75011 Paris, France
T: +33.(0)1.48.06.98.97

 Photograph courtesy of Sushi-B

Photograph courtesy of Sushi-B

Sushi-B

Masayoshi Hanada is an extraordinarily talented young chef creating very refined omakase sushi and other dishes in a tiny little restaurant with just one counter.

5 Rue Rameau, 75002 Paris, France
T: +33.(0)1.40.26.52.87
sushi-b-fr.com

 Photograph courtesy of Le Petit Celestin

Photograph courtesy of Le Petit Celestin

 Photograph courtesy of Le Tangine

Photograph courtesy of Le Tangine

Le Petit Célestin

Brothers Yanice and Jaïs Mimoun serve good quality bistro food and have a great wine list The place often turns into a dance party on Sunday nights.

12 Quai Célestins, 75004 Paris, France
T: +33.(0)1.42.72.20.81

Le Tagine

Marie-Jose Mimoun has had her restaurant in Paris for over 30 years and she is still killing it with the best Moroccan food in town. Her sons, Yanice and Jaïs, work with her. They also have a very cool wine list. This is one of our main Sunday go-to spots.

13 Rue de Crussol, 75011 Paris, France
T: +33.(0)1.47.00.28.67
www.letagine.fr


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