Small Brazilian plates delight at this little bistro that crams its menu full of flavour.
Gloria’s second hand furniture and pretty tiled floor could belong to almost any Parisian bistro, but the menu is full of sunshine and colour from overseas. Serving Brazilian dishes as sharing starters (€6.50-€15) and ‘comidinhas’ (‘small snacks’ in Portuguese, €9-€15), made where possible from organic, sustainable ingredients, the menu is a thrilling exploration of Latin American flavours. We loved things like avocado hummus with manioc chips, arancini stuffed with scarmoza, banana ceviche with green pepper, plates of organic coppa ham, sweet chorizo and much more. Allow around €30 per head for a full meal – and if you’re still hungry, have another savoury dish, as desserts aren’t the strong point here.
48 rue d'Orsel
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sat 12noon-2.30pm & 7.30pm-11.30pm, Sun 12.30pm-4pm|
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