Pont-Neuf is obviously one of Paris most famous bridges, but it’s also the name of a very particular shape of fry. And it’s now the name of Paris first French fry store. Set in the 10th arrondissement, the ultra-punchy arrondissement housing many new restaurants every year, Pont-Neuf - La Frite Française is the work of Semaest as part of the plan for Vital’Quartier commercial revitalization.
The goal of this plan? Supporting conveniences stores’ upholding, development and diversification in some areas of Paris with a damaged or threatened commercial fabric. And it’s true that genuine French fry stores are very rare in Paris.
At Pont-Neuf, everything is 100% homemade. On the menu: authentic fresh French fries made of potatoes selected at an ecofriendly grower in Normandy, and prepared in accordance with standard practice, cooked in quality beef fat and served with simple artisanal products that are natural and goods, without forgetting the homemade sauces as well.
Among the sides available: genuine Jambon de Paris, thin slices of pastrami, crispy chicken slices (the whole is made in famous butcher Olivier Metzger), grey shrimp fritters, Fish & Chips like fish fritters and even a seasonal salad.
Pont-Neuf is the perfect address to (re)discover what a true and authentic French fry is!
From 13 June 2018 to 31 December 2018
5 Rue de la Fidélité
75010 Paris 10
La Frite Pont-Neuf: 3.7 €
La Grande Frite Pont-Neuf: 6.2 €
Ouvert tous les jours de 11h45 à 23h
Vendredi et samedi de 11h45 à Minuit