The solar cooking of Limon

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The solar cooking of Limon

Hotel Marignan's restaurant continues to be the talk of the town. It is high time to head over to the famous Limon brasserie.

Replacing Nubé, Limon seduces gourmets with its generous portions, freshly prepared by the head chef. On the menu, sun-drenched cuisine prepared with the best local produce, with subtle Mediterranean accents.
Just a few steps from the Champs-Élysées, this entirely new hybrid space, between a bar and a restaurant, opens onto a large street-front terrace, creating a more relaxed yet equally charming gourmet universe than its predecessor. Fresh, inspired and generously served cuisine is the establishment's credo, with citrus fruits the star of the show. The menu devised by chef Mohamed Seddiki, who grew up in France and Algeria, focuses on dishes each more colourful than the one before. Marignan chicken nems, cod loin with garlic spinach, grilled cuttlefish and mildly spiced aubergine caviar and beef tataki with miso and lemongrass are some of the most exquisite options on the menu. Welcome to Limon!

14, rue de Marignan
75008 Paris

+33 (0)1 71 93 96 57

Menu: around 47 EUR