Freshly arrived from San Diego, where he made himself a name with his own healthy restaurant specialized in ceviche, Mexican chef Juan Carlos Récamier gets behind the stove of restaurant INKA at Hotel 1K Paris.
Wishing to return to the basics of the Peruvian and Nikkei gastronomy (a mix of Peruvian and Japanse cuisine), while highlighting the notions of sharing and conviviality, the chef unveils a mouthwatering menu indisputably inviting to a travel.
Highlighting local values, seasonal ingredients and sustainability and sustainable fishing, the chef served small plates to share.
Peruvian flavor lovers won’t resist the irresistible ceviches and tiraditos based on fresh white or blue fishes, shrimps or scallops.
For meat lovers, you should try the selection of anticuchos, another and typically Peruvian specialty that looks like barbecued marinated meat skewers. Available: beef, chicken as well as mushrooms.
Also discover the platillos with the Papa a la Huancaina based on botija olives and Maison Bayard potatoes or the Nikkei beef tartare based on marrow bone, soya and French beef.
As for sweet-toothed foodies, fall for the surprising aguacate, a delicious mix of white chocolate, crispy corn and avocado sorbet. Unless, you’re more into chocolate so that you should fall for the Chocolate based on citrus fruits, gianduja and crumble.
And to make the best of these dishes, there’s nothing quite like a Pisco Sour or a wine coming straight from Latin America.
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From 6 May 2019 to 31 December 2019
13 Boulevard du Temple
75003 Paris 3
M° FIlles du calvaire