Restaurant Dogma (Paris)

© Maki Manoukian

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Time to get into the fry game! After taking on the world of wine bars in the Martyrs neighborhood with Pompette, Mathieu Grichois and Jordan Robinson are trying their hand at fried chicken, an unstoppable hit on the international street food scene. At their glass and steel shop named Dogma, you can expect to get your hands dirty… The day we went for lunch, we dug into the OG, a burger proudly filled with deboned thigh meat that’s pickled and then marinated in buttermilk before being fried to crispy perfection, and complemented by marinated red cabbage, white BBQ sauce and pickles, all tucked into a divine brioche bun. Another highly-endorsable option is the spicy El Diablo that sets mouths ablaze with its pickled jalapeños, crispy chicken with a spicy hit, plus iceberg lettuce and ranch dressing. To go with all that, your choice of American-style buttermilk biscuits, a generous portion of smashed new potatoes topped (or not) with aged gouda sauce, greasy onion rings or a lighter, summery fennel and cabbage coleslaw. If you’ve got a sweet tooth though, you risk leaving disappointed, since there are no desserts on the menu. // Jacky Pépite

FEELING THIRSTY? : A clever selection of Canetta natural wines in several colors (€7 for a 187 ml can), La Délicieuse organic lemonade from the Brasserie d’Olt (€2), or a good old-fashioned can of Coke (same price). 
PRICE: : Set menu €16, burgers €12-13, fried chicken €10-14, sides €2-6.  

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