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Tempero

Restaurants, Global Quartier de la Gare
Recommended
5 out of 5 stars
 (DR / © Tempero - Mathieu Guinet)
1/5
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 (DR / © Tempero - Mathieu Guinet)
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 (DR / © Tempero - Mathieu Guinet)
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DR / © Tempero - Mathieu Guinet
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© Time Out Paris / LM
 (DR / © Tempero - Mathieu Guinet)
5/5
DR / © Tempero - Mathieu Guinet

Time Out says

5 out of 5 stars

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Sparky Brazilian owner Alessandra Montagne works wonders in the kitchen, turning top quality ingredients into a sophisticated menu of elegant and hearty 'neo-bistrot' dishes. The food is flawless, from the starter (crispy pork with saté mayonnaise) to the large main of superbly braised pork (with a celery purée, beetroot and glazed carrots) and dessert (poached pear with aubergine compote and a vanilla-rosemary ice cream). To boot, the prices are exceptional for cooking of this quality: you can have all three courses for just €20. The wines are also very reasonably priced, the cheapest glass being a Domaine du Mas Rouge for €3, and the most expensive a Grololo for €6.

True to her roots, Alessandra cooks up a feijoada (traditional Portuguese stew) on the first Wednesday of every month; her charm and constant presence, moving between the partly open kitchen and the dining area, have played no small part in Tempero's immediate success.

 

By: Louis Michaud/MH

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Details

Address: 5 rue Clisson
13e
Paris

Transport: Métro: Chevaleret or Bibliothèque François Mitterrand
Contact:
Opening hours: Mon-Fri, 12noon-2pm. Thur-Fri, 7pm-10pm. Closed at the weekend.
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