Delicatessen Place

Restaurant Delicatessen Place (Paris)

© Juliette Delmas

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Everyone will find something to their liking at this former cobblers that’s been converted into a food haven for the Delicatessen wine shop, curated by Mireille Langlois and her son Gabriel. Between the rough stone walls covered in old paintings, chef Hugh Corcoran (ex-Pères Pop’) sends out a lovely selection of small plates from his kitchenette. There was no unnecessary fuss the night we went: classic radishes sweetened by churned butter; a mouthwatering combo of artichokes, white asparagus and broad beans swimming in broth; and plump escargot surfing on a Bescayenne sauce with red onions and choricero chili. The menu skips over dessert, but you won’t want to skip the bleu d’Auvergne from the Taka & Vermo cheese shop… it’s a real showstopper! // Zinnia

FEELING THIRSTY? Bottles brought over from the shop next door: a Roussillon red from Alexandre Langlois or a white from Jean-Philippe Padié (€6 a glass), a Loire Cabernet franc from Mosse (€25)…
PRICE: Small plates €5-15.

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