Le Masha: new chic and trendy restaurant in Paris 16th arrondissement

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Published by Candice L. · Photos by Candice L. · Published on 4 January 2019 at 15h10
A stone’s throw from the Trocadéro, Le Masha is a table with several facets: semi-gourmet restaurant, bar, terrace, speakeasy… It already attracts the Parisian golden youth, artists, as well as international patrons loving the French know-how and who love to party!

At 85 avenue Kléber, Le Masha is one of these tables it’s hard to catalog so much it offers different atmospheres.
As a matter of fact, designed and decorated by Antonin Cornet and Stéfanie Renoma, this place provides different atmospheres for all moments and moods of the day.

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In front, a beautiful and pleasant terrace to sip a drink, have lunch or treat oneself to a sweet break.
Once you’re in, you find yourself in a chic atmosphere. Take a seat and go for one of the barman’s cocktails that you can sip while listening to music putting you in the right mood.
If you feel like eating in some quieter place, take the stairs and you’ll find a beautiful room featuring several lounges overlooking a Japanese garden filled with maple trees and horsetails.
You can only be amazed by the very fashionable and design décor!
We must say it’s talented stylist and photographer Stéphanie Renoma who designed it. Girly and glamorous colors, pictures taken by the artist on glazed paper give a chic and sensual atmosphere.
The wall made by Chinese street art big name Fransack comes to close the originality of the place.

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Moving on to food, chef Takahiro Matsumoto offers a menu halfway between France and Japan.
The latter has been trained by chef Eric Frechon and more recently by Pierre Gagnaire.
He enjoys working with very French produces but always bringing a Japanese touch.
By his sides, sushiman Makoto offers sushis and sashimis worked according to the rules.

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This is how you can find on the menu, the oeuf parfait with Fall flavors (€24), the homemade duck foie gras (€31) or sliced tataki beef (€26) to start with. Then, you can go for sushis or sashimis or if you’re more into more sophisticated dishes, you have the crispy veal kidney (€52), the slow-cooked salmon (€39) or the “Taka” duck breast (€37).
To end on a sweet note, the Hojicha crème brulée (€17), the chocolate cake (€19) without forgetting the red berry macaron (€19).

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A Masha Kid menu (€25) is available with poultry or salmon, mashed potatoes or vegetables and Poultry ice cream.
As well as a lunch set menu (€49) including starter, main course and cheese or dessert.
Workshops and cooking classes are also planned several times a week.
A brunch shaped like a buffet is also available on Saturday.

For night-owls, behind the restaurant hidden behind a secret door, a small and cozy place where you can listen to good music from Thursday to Saturday until 2 a.m.

In other words, Le Masha is part of these chic and trendy tables in Paris where you have to queue to enjoy the several atmospheres provided by the place.

Practical information


85 Avenue Kléber
75116 Paris 16

M° Trocadéro

Les desserts: €14 - €19
Les entrées: €17 - €31
Les plats: €30 - €57
Menu déjeuner: €49


More informations
Ouvert du mardi au vendredi de 12h à 14h et de 19h30 à 22h30
Le samedi de 19H30 à 23H30
Brunch du samedi de 11h45 à 14h15 à partir de Novembre
Terrasse chauffée du mardi au samedi de 10h à 2h
BAR de 18h à 2h
SPEAKEASY De 20h30 à 2h00

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