Published on March 4th, 2014 | by Le Gastronome Parisien0
Mandoobar and its sublime Korean cuisine
Opened discreetly last November in the 8th arrondissement of Paris, Mandoobar was recommended to me by a Korean friend and I longed to discover this new Mandoo specialist in Paris. It was during the filming of the show Très Très Bon with very very good François-Régis Gaudry we tried our luck in this promising restaurant.
Vegetables and Meat Mandoo
Bek Se Ju 백세주 – Korean fermented glutinous rice alcohol
Should go ? There is everything in this restaurant. Sincere and light cuisine, pleasant surroundings, lovely service, a passionate Chef, beautiful products, low prices and lots of promise for the future. For me, it’s one of my best places at the moment and I am happy to share with you.
With ? A food critic.
Go back ? I ask myself if I’ll not take a weekly booking!
Expensive ? So few that you wonder how the restaurant will keep going there … Addition is not exceeded 30 € per person. When I think that a Mandoo shot + beer is only at 13 €, I believe it’s very difficult to find best plan in Paris…
Read the complete post in french here.
7 Rue d’Edimbourg – Paris 8th
Tel. : 01 55 06 08 53
Métro : Europe
Open from Monday to Friday for lunch and dinner and Saturday for dinner only.
Résumé : It's discreetly that the Chef Kim Kwang-Loc opened its Mandoobar in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. In a charming and atypical environnment, the korean Cheef held a simple but sincere partition showcasing sublimated raw products. The Mandoo are delicious and it's difficult to stop eating. For me, it's one of my best places at the moment that I'm happy to share with you ! About € 25 per person.