Some already know Baieta, Julia Sedefdjian’s first restaurant. Now, discover Bô the new gourmet address by the one who’s been the youngest chef in France to get a Michelin star.
Alongside her coworkers Grégory Anelka and Sébastien Jean-Joseph, Julia has come up with a food bar inspired by the Caribbean. Only open at night, the place gives rum and Creole cuisine pride of place, the whole in a clean décor. Seated on high stools around wooden tables, we discover about fifty rums above the bar.
Speaking of rums, BÔ offers wonderful references with rums coming from Martinique, Guadeloupe as well as Mauritius, Venezuela, Barbados, Guatemala and even Cuba.
We can also enjoy nice beverages such as classics (Mojito, Old Fashioned) and four creations including the very coveted and exquisite “Bobo” based on rum, honey, vegetarian chili flake and lime, served with ice.
That night we also went for the sweet “Saveur Coco” based on white rum, coconut, sugar and lemon.
To accompany these cocktails, BÔ provides several small and typical sweet or savory plates.
On the menu? Papaya and mango souskay (fresh salad), chicken chiktay, herring and even codfish as well as fish tartare and coconut milk or the classic lentil/sausage…
As for us, we went for a typically Creole dish based on cassava flour: the Féroce d’avocat and its codfish chunks enhanced here with a slightly spicy note. Our taste buds are delights and the magic happens.
Next, we discover another specialty: Creole pig black puddings giving a full explosion of flavors as soon as you bite into them.
Bô doesn’t forget either foodies and provides sweet plates especially with the coconut and mango panna cotta, a banana, walnut cake and chocolate sauce or the excellent cinnamon crème brûlée! A crunchy and smooth dessert amazing our taste buds.
Are you drooling? Meet now in Paris 5th arrondissement to discover BÔ and enjoy an incredible travel through the Caribbean thanks to a friendly and smily team!
Alcohol abuse is bad for your health, please drink responsibly.
8 Rue de Poissy
75005 Paris 5
01 42 02 59 19
Ouvert du mardi au samedi, de 17h à 2h