To move from the City of lights to the World City, head to T’Cocktails, a cocktail bar on which Brexit hasn’t had any impact. Nestled near Bastille, a stone’s throw from the rue de la Roquette, this spot takes us to a London-inspired setting with a muted, raw and underground atmosphere. Half chic, half grunge, this visual melting-pot seduces us!
Behind this very original address we have Nassila, a young woman who after living in London has decided to be inspired by here memories from her time in the British capital to create this spot. Here, we enjoy So British homemade cocktails served in a lovely way.
White Chapel, Camden Town and even Notting Hill, these original creations pay tribute to London’s emblematic neighborhood and remind good memories to those who have had the chance to visit the city. For the others it’s a foretaste that will certainly makes you want to discover it.
We can also let ourselves be surprised by quirky recipes made by Ludo – the genius working behind the counter – who should make gustative adventurers happy. The Hampstead based on vodka, infused elderberry liquor, cucumber and Genmaicha tea refresh up our taste buds while the White Chapel based on vodka, apéro, suze, orgeat syrup, ginger, peach bitter as well as pomegranate herbal tea with lemon peel seduce the greatest sweet-toothed patrons.
Because of its floral power, the Pimlico makes us fall for its blend of Pisco, hibiscus infusion, lime, cane syrup and angostura. And for those looking for some pep’s in their drinks, don’t forget to try the scandalous Camden Town made of tequila, cream of cherry, Chaï Imperial, lime, Ginger Beer, salt and pili pili chili. As many blends to spice up our curiosity and especially telling you about how creative the barman is. That’s an address likely to awake taste buds!
So, ready for this Paris-London?
Alcohol abuse is bad for your health, please drink responsibly.
41 Passage Thiéré
75011 Paris 11
Métro Bréguet-Sabin (ligne 5) ou Bastille (lignes 1, 5 et 8)