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Paris - eat - L'Aromatik


Once a haunt of jazz greats in the 30s, this bistro now dishes up modern delights.

This lovely, quaint little bistro dates back to 1930 jazz times and used to be frequented by no-one less than Josephine Baker, Sidney Bechet and Michel Simon. The original art deco fittings are still present and the pillars, large mirrors, lamps and lettering add to L'Aromatik's authentic, sophisticated style.. Soft jazz plays on the background but their global menu is hardly retro.. -it's inventive, contemporary and touches on exotic cuisines from around the globe. Also it's all sustainable stuff; organic and seasonal using essential oils, natural spices and the wine list includes wines from organic producers.. Photo: Anorak L'Agence


Imaginative menu in an original location. L'Aromatik has soul.

cuisine: 'Cuisine Nomade'

address: 7 Rue Jean-Baptiste Pigalle
75009 Paris

phone: 014 8746 227

website: L'Aromatik

Michelle R Steele

Arrived at L'Aromatik for a pre Moulin Rouge dinner and were not disappointed. Although we were tempted by the sounds of an exotic cuisine, the menu on the night was French through & through. However my cod wrapped in leeks with saffron sauce was delicious and the accompanying veg were definitely fresh & organic. The husband was equally sated with his rack of lamb in a pesto crust. We both raved about our mojitos - served in a small glass - not over mountains of crushed ice - lots of fresh mint and a certain je ne sais quoi which made it for us the best mojito that weekend. We also rated the dinner our number one meal of our whole trip!

Go To Town

Apr 25th 2013, 18:47

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