Casa Paco restaurant in Paris’ 16th arrondissement near the Champs-Elysees is a little bit of Andalusia transplanted and thriving in one of the capital’s finest neighbourhoods. We’re all mad about tapas, of course, those morsels of heaven on a plate, and Casa Paco does them brilliantly, as well as a selection of fish a la plancha and a paella that will redefine that dish for you. The menu is seasonally-changing classic Iberian. The décor is vibrantly coloured with pretty Spanish tiles, scarlet banquettes and table linens and the strains of flamenco wafting through the air. The wine list favours Iberian bottles with a monthly selection that will entice wine lovers. The relaxed ambience and lack of pretension will win you over.
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13 Rue de Bassano