Mesita, the Argentine street-food counter

Published by Manon de Sortiraparis · Published on July 22th, 2021 at 06:50 p.m.
Discover Asado, the art of cooking meat over a flame and charcoal, straight from Argentina! Mesita, the counter in the 9th arrondissement, opens up a whole new world of international flavors!

A new counter that welcomes you until 2 a.m. and treats you to Argentine street-food specialties, that's a yes! Mesita will soon be opening its doors in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, featuring asado, a grilling technique straight fromSouth America!

A veritable institution in Argentina, the art of cooking meat over a flame and charcoal is coming to the capital, to the delight of gourmets and gourmands alike! The latter are probably familiar with the first address of the team behind Mesita: the Alamesa restaurant in Batignolles. Here, the same Argentinian cuisine is served at the counter!

On the menu at Mesita ("petite table" in French), restaurateur Elie Audo perpetuates his traditional technique and transposes it to a short menu featuring South American sandwiches based on the Asado culture. Sitting upright in the small 25m2 stall, we discover the Asado sandwich made according to the rules of the art.

Come on, let's give you the recipe? Paprika ciabatta bread, Uruguayan beef colita (a typical South American cut and a pillar of Asado culture), chimichurri sauce, jalapenos and roasted provolone cheese! Did you say mouth-watering?

Of course, other Argentinian recipes can also be discovered on site, but these are still kept secret, so you'll have to go there to find out!

Practical information

Dates and Opening Time
Starts September 1st, 2021

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


    2 Rue Pierre Fontaine
    75009 Paris 9

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