Coney Island Dinner

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Oberkampf

Chef Jean-Luc Mederlet’s 1960’s-style diner is straight out of an episode of Beverly Hills (he even calls himself ‘Lucky’), and he’s on a mission to introduce Coney Island-style hot dogs to Paris. Everything is home made – the lightly sweetened bread, the Frankfurter-style hot dogs, the fried onions, the pickles and other garnishes.

At €4.80 the classic hot dog is very reasonably priced, or you can pay €10 for a set menu that includes a choice of sandwich (hot dog or bagel), a soft drink, dessert (muffin, doughnut or a very good cheesecake) and a coffee. Don’t leave without trying a Fritz Cola imported straight from Germany, or an Almdudler, an Austrian lemonade made with hops.

A venture and menu full of character and flavour, look out for Lucky’s fleet of trucks, which will soon my heading out onto the streets of Paris.

Venue name: Coney Island Dinner
Contact:
Address: 9 rue des Trois Bornes
11e
Paris

Transport: Métro : Parmentier, Oberkampf ou République
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