Once you’ve pushed the door open, we’re greeted with a big smile and a “How are you?” Here’s a foolproof sign of the good mood ruling over Mulko.
Running this new place, we find Cyril and Pierre and they didn’t get there overnight. As a matter of fact, the first one already created a food truck while the second has once been a chef at Miznon in Tel Aviv and then in Paris.
Pierre is in the kitchen and, perched on stool at the counter, it’s a true show we look at when he’s working hard, using his hands as main kitchen utensil.
After waiting for a few minutes, our Crush kebab (€16) is coming: a plate full of grains, candied seasonal vegetables and fresh salad, topped with the famous crush kebab, a mix of ground beef and lamb, flattened like a patty. Flavors are simultaneously fresh and spicy, the meat is tasty and perfectly seasoned, the whole is generous but not too heavy, a perfect score!
Our neighbor looks very happy with the Fish and Chips, with a breadcrumbs coating that’s far from being greasy and with Charlotte potato fries. By the way, all plates are also available in sandwich version (€10-12), the garnish is put between two thick slices of brioche bread.
Finally, please note that the menu has many dishes to share costing from €4 to €6, perfect for an aperitif that we serve with wine or cocktails.
In short, we’ll gladly come back in this joyful den where delicious cuisine and good mood blend.
29 rue d’Enghien – 75010 Paris
Open from Tuesday to Saturday, from 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
29 Rue d'Enghien
75010 Paris 10
Small food: €4
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