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Le Mermoz

Parisian neo-bistro, Le Mermoz.

Le Mermoz

Delicious, budget-friendly bistro near the Champs Elysées

16 Rue Jean Mermoz, 75008 Paris

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It’s quite a nice surprise to find this bistronomic haven in the Champs Elysées neighborhood, an area otherwise known for its Michelin star tables or touristic food joints. After a stroll along the famous boulevard and a courtesy visit to say Bonjour to the French President at the nearby Palais de l’Elysée, head towards the Rue de Mermoz for a delicious bistro lunch.

Inside the small dining room, the professional staff bustles around, serving dishes prepared in the back kitchen by Chef Manon Fleury, a young Chef trained in the kitchens of Semilla.

On the plate, you get carefully selected fresh seasonal ingredients and an inventive neo-bistro food with oriental and mediterranean hints. The lunch menu is short but terribly mouth watering, and at night, it changes to a list of tapas-like small dishes to share and enjoy with a glass of wine.

Plate of fresh, pan-fried cockles
The delicious pan-friend cockles at Le Mermoz

The menu changes regularly to accommodate fresh seasonal products, but Manon Fleury has a true gift for blending aromatic flavors and fruity notes in her dishes. We recommend her pan-fried cockles with fresh coriander and candied lemon, and then indulging in the candied mandarin on a soaked shortbread — surely this must be heaven!

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Champs Elysées
Champs Elysées
Métro Ⓜ
Miromesnil, Champs-Elysées – Clemenceau
16 Rue Jean Mermoz, 75008 Paris
Opening Hours
Mon-Fri: 12:00-14:30; 19:00-23:30; Closed Sat-Sun

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