Time Out says
A well-established juice bar near Oberkampf serving bright, wholesome drinks and Bengali aperitifs.
This charming Bengali address near Oberkampf has carved out a niche on the Parisian bar scene, offering a good thirty or so varieties of fresh, non-alcoholic fruit cocktails. You could probably get your five-a-day in a couple of glasses, with concoctions like the apple, pineapple and kiwi, and the pear, orange and strawberry, all brilliantly bright and wholesome. Some mixes are a little strange (the apple, orange and parsley, for instance), but it’s usually worth stepping outside your comfort zone here, as the more daring combinations tend to work. Although best known for its juices, Paris Feni also offers various Bengali aperitifs to eat in or to take away. Changing each day, the menu may feature chapati flatbreads, a succulent ‘sweet and sour’ salad served with a bean pancake and hummus, or the soup of the day (all well priced at around €6).
TRANSLATION: HUW OLIVER
15 rue Ternaux
|Transport:||Metro: Parmentier or Oberkampf|
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sun 12noon-10.30pm|