The Table du Caviste Bio, the restaurant that combines gastronomy and epicureanism in Paris

Published by Laurent P. · Published on 26 February 2018 at 18h07 · Updated on 26 February 2018 at 18h36
Bistronomy and healthy cuisine lovers will be over the moon thanks to the new restaurant of the chefs Junko Kawasaki and Dominique Bry, the Table du Caviste Bio in Paris 17th arrondissement. A restaurant that adds a philosophical touch to the pleasure of eating organic.

When gastronomy meets philosophy and the pleasure of eating healthy… This is the offer of the restaurant the Table du Caviste Bio, founded by chefs Junko Kawasaki, Dominique Bry and his spouse Carmen in Paris 17th arrondissement. A restaurant set not far from another wine bar, Amici and with a cuisine that is 100% organic, adapted to the product and coming from local organic markets and from Japan, for a mix full of perfectly matched flavors.

A meal that you can enjoy with a glass of organic wine offered by chef Dominique Bry who also manages a wine cellar – organic of course – in the 9th arrondissement, rue de Maubeuge, the Caviste Bio. Lalande de Pomerol 2009, Rosé de Provence du Château Sainte-Marguerite… The chef knows exactly what you should have and especially when you’re not a connoisseur and you don’t know what wine pairs best with your meal. Speaking of eating, the young female Japanese chef Junko Kawasaki perfectly rules the kitchen. The young woman loves Paris and its gastronomy. A declaration of love we can find in the plate and a cuisine that is a clever mix of French gastronomy and the exotic flavors of her natal country, Japan.

On the menu, a weekly set menu served at lunchtime with three starters at choice, three main courses and three desserts of her creation, including a vegan dish. In the evening, the menu is more sophisticated. Among the must-try, there are the skipjack tuna tataki (a Japanese dish with a slightly cooked and marinated fish), the mackerel sushi with ginger and marinated in vinegar, as well as a creamy butternut soup or the girolle mushrooms-stuffed chicken supreme. In terms of dessert, her matcha tea crème brûlée and other chocolate quenelles are to die for. We can also go for the plate of 3 to 5 organic cheeses, thought up by the Japanese chef. An inventive cuisine you should taste as soon as possible especially if you enjoy tasty but healthy cuisine for the body and the mind.

Practical information


55 Rue de Prony
75017 Paris 17

métro ligne 3 station "Wagram" ou ligne 2 station "Monceau"

Supplément Dessert ou Fromages: 5 €
Formule Entrée/Plat ou Plat/Dessert: 25 €

Official website

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Ouvert du mardi au samedi de 12h à 14h et de 19h à 22h30
Fermé le dimanche et le lundi

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