Japan and France intermingle at Machja restaurant

Luxus+ Mag continues its tour of the most unmissable Parisian restaurants : Machja restaurant with a cuisine based on the know-how of Japanese Chef Koji Arima. A Parisian restaurant that is worth a visit !

 

Located in the 11th arrondissement of Paris on the ground floor of the Hôtel des Arts, the Machja restaurant opened its doors at the end of 2021 at the crossroads of Rue Charonne and Rue Faidherbe.

 

 

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This new Parisian address offers its clientele traditional French cuisine with a Japanese touch, in reference to the origins of the Machja chef. Indeed, the menu is signed by the talented Japanese chef Koji Arima, who has already worked with the multi-starred chef Éric Fréchon in his gastronomic restaurant Epicure.

 

In this chic and sober setting where you will feel at home, the chef prepares different menus to guarantee the freshness, quality and seasonality of the selected products.

 

And what about the menu? For starters, a wide selection of platters, followed by an oven-fried marrow bone or fried angel hair prawns with mayo/sat sauce. To end on a high note, the emblematic crème brulée or poached pear Belle-Hélène style.

 

 

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Machja is now waiting for you ! For more information click here.

 

Practical information :

Machja

85 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris

+33 7 69 63 59 91

 

 

Read also > LUXUS+MAG HAS TESTED FOR YOU “LE GRAND RESTAURANT” OF THE HÔTEL DES GRANDS BOULEVARDS

 

Featured photo : © Machja

Grâce à une veille accrue et à une excellente connaissance de ces secteurs, la rédaction de Luxus Magazin décrypte pour ses lecteurs les principaux enjeux économiques et technologiques de la mode, l’horlogerie, la joaillerie, la gastronomie, les parfums et cosmétiques, l’hôtellerie, et l’immobilier de prestige.

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