It’s been a year since restaurant Shouk started to serve to foodies, near the Canal Saint-Martin, a Levantine cuisine twisted with inspirations picked up here and there, all around the Mediterranean Sea.
Running this mouthwatering spot, Shelly Bar and Tamir Kafir, the founders, both coming from Tel Aviv and André Rousseau. Together, they created a 100% homemade menu where everything is cooked with fresh ingredients.
In the – open-plan – kitchen (for the show!), French Israeli chef Pierre Bouko-Levy (ex-Miznon and ex-Mulko) works hard to serve a thousand and one flavors. Here, vegetables are given pride of place and we enjoy beetroot straight from the ashes, crispy zucchini and mangal-cooked vegetables.
But the meat also holds a nice spot on the menu. Go for the plated kebGab, the grilled yellow poultry from Landes or the sage-smoked duck breast!
You can’t go to Shouk without enjoying their many pita breads. On the menu: hen liver, halloumi, mangal kebab, yellow poultry shawarma that are also available to take away, at the counter, with sides including grilled vegetables and salads.
Before you leave, go for a cocktail, a glass of nature wine and a sweet treat such as the knafe (angel hair, cheese, cardamom syrup) or the marzipan and pear tart.
In other words, a place where you can enjoy the sun on the terrace while tasting delicious dishes!
From 25 June 2019 to 31 December 2019
59 Rue de Lancry
75010 Paris 10
Formule à emporter : entrée+pita+boisson: 14 €
Ouvert du mardi au dimanche