HOBA: food court dedicated to sustainable food in the Parc Martin Luther King in Paris, our photos

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Published by Caroline de Sortiraparis · Photos by Caroline de Sortiraparis · Published on June 2nd, 2022 at 07:14 p.m.
Already familiar with the HO temporary terrace? This time, come and discover HOBA, the new place dedicated to sustainable food. Initiated by the Hasard Ludique team, this new spot and mouth-watering food court awaits you from June 2, 2022, right in the heart of the splendid Martin Luther King Park in Paris's 17th arrondissement.

A new venue dedicated to sustainable food has arrived in Paris's 17th arrondissement. One year after discovering HO, the ephemeral terrace overlooking the verdant Parc Martin Luther King, the Hasard Ludique team unveils HOBA.

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But what exactly is HOBA? It's a food court with a strong commitment to sustainability. Its mission? To awaken taste buds and consciences by offering, in addition to good food, a multi-disciplinary programming space (conferences, screenings, podcasts, cooking classes and events).

To tickle your palate, HOBA has chosen to bring together 5 committed chefs in residence who are working towards greater sustainability by combining carbon sobriety and waste reduction. On the menu? A variety of cuisines inspired by street food culture.

Resident chefs:

  • Bloom by Baobab Lab: canteen with Mediterranean flavors
  • Just Ramen: Japanese street food
  • Le Falaf: a falafel concept revisited with flavors from around the world, where the chefs are refugees.
  • Mouflet: English muffins with a French twist
  • Sol Semilla: plant-based Latin cuisine with superfoods

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To sample the tasty dishes concocted by these committed chefs, head to the Belvédère, the large glass hall perched 10m high in the Parc Martin Luther King. And right next door, you can sunbathe in HO, HOBA's famous 170m2 terrace.

And that's not all! Downstairs? You'll find another space dedicated to culinary practice and reflection on food-related societal issues, with a rich and eclectic program. A café area will also be available in this former 19th-century forge, which runs alongside Paris's Petite Ceinture railway line.

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Behind HOBA is the Hasard Ludique team, to whom the City of Paris has entrusted - for a period of 15 years - these two buildings, which have been unoccupied in the 17th arrondissement for many years.

Just a little more patience before discovering HOBA. The public inauguration is scheduled for June 2 to 5, 2022, with a host of events. Shall we go?

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Practical information

Dates and Opening Time
Starts June 2nd, 2022

× Approximate opening times: to confirm opening times, please contact the establishment.

    Location

    147 Rue Cardinet
    75017 Paris 17

    Official website
    www.instagram.com

    More information
    Hoba remains open and accessible after the park closes (times vary according to season) Once the park closes, access is gained at 44 rue Bernard Buffet, 75017 Paris The terrace in HO closes at 10pm on weekdays / midnight on weekends. The terrace in BA closes at the same time as the park (times vary according to season).

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