A Saint Honoré? No, a burger. Churros? Wrong, French fries. Spaghetti? Nope, it’s a meringue lemon pie… Since it’s opened five years ago, Privé de Dessert fooled thousands of gastronomes with trompe l’oeil dishes in the Pigalle area. Here’s that the restaurant does it again but with a new address, this time in Paris 12th arrondissement, next to the Marché d’Aligre.
The concept doesn’t change, with savory dishes that look like desserts and desserts that strangely look like savory dishes. A visual trickery that made the fame of this So-Pi bistronomic address launched by two thirty-year-old girls: Sephora Nahon, who left her job to blossom in the pastry world, and Sophie Journo, former communications chef at Ducasse.
It’s precisely at 7 rue Téophile Roussel they set up for their second Parisian restaurant. On the menu: a rum baba that hides candied lamb, or a rice pudding which is a pasta risotto with sun dried tomatoes and mozzarella di Buffala. Meet on June 25, the opening day of this new spot where everything is homemade and based on fresh products to discover the rest of the menu!
Privé de Dessert Paris 12
7 Rue Théophile Roussel
75012 Paris 12
prix moyen à la carte: €35
Lundi au vendredi de 19h à 23h
Samedi et dimanche de 12h à 14h30 et de 19h à 23h