Breizh Café Montorgueil cider cellar: new cocktails by Robin Le Texier

A cocktail bar underneath a creperie? That’s the good address we highly recommend you discover at Breizh Café Montorgueil in Paris 2nd arrondissement.

Confidential bar, cider cellar, cocktail bar… Call it whatever you want but Breizh Café Montorgueil bar is worth the trip.

First, we have the cozy and intimate atmosphere of the place between its very lovely lounge and the exposed stone walls.

Then, we have the mouthwatering and original cocktail list created by the talented and new barman chef, I name Robin Le Texier.

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After training at Ferrandi and a serious experience at La Fabrique in Saint-Malo, Brittany, the young Breton brought his technicity and creativity to give birth to seven cocktails, each more delicious than the last.

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Their particularity? Brilliantly mixing Breton and Japanese flavors, values so dear to Breizh Café founder Bertrand Larcher’s heart.

All in all, the magic happens very quickly thanks to creations both authentic and original, using ingredients coming from Japan and Brittany.

We fall for the very coveted “Sarrasin” based on nigori umeshu, Pommeau from Brittany, sobacha and buckwheat bitter. The illusion works wonder!

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And what can we say about the notes both delicious and floral of the tasty “Miel” cocktail based on Valdespino Tio Diego Amontillado, old and dry chouchen, black wheat honey syrup, yellow lemon, homemade acacia flower soda and neroli essential oil.

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For apple lovers, close your eyes and discover the… “Pomme” cocktail perfectly based on rum, cider brandy, organic apple and pear juices, three-pepper and Roellinger spices syrup, honey from Brittany, matcha tea and sencha tea and buttermilk.

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For more explosive flavors, go for the “Beurre” based on Bordier semi-salt butter-infused rum, Vermouth blend, honey from Saint-Malo syrup, homemade spice bitter.

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And Robin doesn’t leave out mocktail fans and concocts them some beverages according to his current mood.

To enjoy these delicious beverages, Breizh Café Montorgueil cider cellar bets on delicious tapas, thoroughly prepared: salmon rillettes or pork rillettes, as well as a surprising wakame tartare with ginger or event a whole Camus artichoke served with wasabi vinaigrette. Once again, the magic works and our taste buds crave for more!

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In other words, here’s a confidential place we highly recommend for your sweet Parisian nights.

Alcohol abuse is bad for your health, please drink responsibly.

Caroline J.
Last updated on 23 July 2019

Practical information

Location

14 Rue des Petits Carreaux
75002 Paris 2

Official website
breizhcafe.com

More information
Ouvert du mardi au samedi à partir de 18h
Cocktails entre 9 € et 13 €
Assiettes à partager entre 6 € et 16 €
Possibilité de privatiser l'espace

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