Le Triangle

Restaurants, French 10e arrondissement
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This micro-brasserie and restaurant specialises in matching its drinks to its dishes, with a twist – here it’s all about beer rather than wine. Stouts, ales and trappist beers are available as well as craft beers from Belgium, Italy, England and Germany and in-house beer by a Canadian brewer – all matched with the kitchen’s clever small plates.

We tried homemade chips with a cream sauce (€3.50) complemented by an organic lemonade and a pint of Italian Tripel beer. Next, the gravlax salmon, apple and horseradish (€10), the aubergine caviar, anchovies and parmesan (€7.50), and the roast pigeon with a light potato mousse, and to finish cheese and a glass of wine with a splash of maple syrup. Le Triangle gets full points for the creative attention with which these tasty, intricate plates are pulled together, plus the clever drinks matching makes it worth a special trip. 

By: Guillaume Billard/MH

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Venue name: Le Triangle
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Address: 13 rue Jacques Louvel-Tessier
10e
Paris

Opening hours: Tue-Fri 5pm-11pm, Sat 12noon-2pm and 5pm-11pm
Transport: Métro: Goncourt
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Nat
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I enjoyed the beer and share plate concept at Le Triangle! The menu is very eclectic so we shared a rather strange combination of dishes including poutine and ceviche, but they were all very tasty. As for the beer, I tried their "Mandarina blanche" and really liked it, and I'm not usually a big beer fan! Staff were very nice too. Desserts, however, were a little disappointing and felt like something I could have made myself at home. Great place for beer and some snacks between friends, but skip the dessert!