Oxte: the new Mexican restaurant in Paris by Enrique Casarrubias

Published by Caroline J. · Updated on 9 February 2018 at 17h38 · Published on 9 February 2018 at 17h28
If you are looking for a tantalizing address with Mexican hints, head to Paris 17th arrondissement, a stone’s throw from the Arc de Triomphe and enter restaurant Oxte.

Don’t forget its name because you’re likely to hear a lot about it.

Open since January 18, 2018 in Paris 17th arrondissement, Oxte is one of these gourmet addresses that is original and inventive at the same time with a cuisine inviting you on a travel.

Behind this address, we find Mexican chef Enrique Casarrubias who won the Gault&Millau pour les Jeunes Talents grant for young Talents.

After working for Crillon, Le Cinq in hotel George V or Akrame, Enrique Casarrubias is now working behind the stove of his own restaurant.

On the menu? Creative and novating dishes as shown by this starter with sea bream ceviche, served with cucumbers and carrots or the one based on cuttlefish, shitake broth, bacon and arugula pistou.

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Moving on to main courses, fish lovers will go for the line-caught pollack with parsnip, pear, spicy and smoked mayonnaise.

For carnivores, enjoy a haunch of veal with Jerusalem artichokes, tonka beans and hazelnuts or the prime cut of beef, Noirmoutier potatoes, salsa verde and onion purée.

Finally, to end on sweet and original note, how about discover the soufflé pie with sweet potato and squash seed praline or a dessert based on clementine, shortbread and smoked rosemary.

I don’t know about you, but our mouths are already watering!

Practical information:
5 rue Troyon – 75017 Paris
Phone : +33 (0)1 45 75 15 15
Tasting menu for €65

Practical information


5 Rue Troyon
75017 Paris 17

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