Paris’ Le 404 Restaurant

Published Date Author: , August 16th, 2014

Le 404 Restaurant - Paris - Carlos MeliaOne of my favorite activities when I travel, is to discover new restaurants, regardless the destination and type of cuisine. During my last trip to Paris, invited by La Compagnie Boutique Airline, I spent four days trying all new options I have never tried before.

Some where over the top like L’Oiseau Blanc at the new Peninsula Hotel Paris, and some where very casual but yet AMAZING.

Le 404 Restaurant, located in the neighborhood of Le Marais, was without a doubt one of them. Le 404 offers a great selection of dishes and delights from Morocco, in a very intimate atmosphere. Do not judge the book by the cover, from outside the restaurant doesn’t say much, but once inside you will discover scents and flavors, typical dishes, lots of Couscous, Tagine, Keftas and Berber specialties.

Note that the restaurant offers communal seating, so be aware of this. If you are like me, not a big fun of communal tables, then plan to visit with a group of approx. 6 people to secure your own private table.

Despite this, food and wine, made up for my phobia to communal seating, and I truly had a fantastic Moroccan Cuisine high. The way to go, is ordering for the table and sharing. Average menu price per person including beverages EUR 45. And trust me, we eat till we were FULL.

After that we took a lovely walk along Le Marais to around Champ de Mars.

Some of the dishes I tried by traditional recipes, along local Moroccan Rose Wine were: Seven Vegetables CousCous + Moroccan Lentil Salad + Zaalouk Salad with roast aubergine, tomatoes and garlic + Chicken preserved lemon and olive Tagine. To end, of course, a selection of Oriental Pastries with Moroccan Tea.

Rather small place, so I would suggest booking in advance, over walking in.

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