Sin Ko, Latin-Asian food in Saint-Germain-des-Prés

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Published by Manon C. · Photos by Manon C. · Published on 8 May 2020 at 12h21
Let’s go and travel to South America and Asia with Sin Ko, the new fusion restaurant in Saint-Germain-des-Prés.

In the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the Rue du Dragon welcomes a new restaurant: Sin Ko! Running the spot, David Ly who knows the place well since his first address, KBG - Korean Barbecue Grill, is set just across Sin Ko! And in both restaurants, the same will, a fusion cuisine: French-Korean at KBG and Latin-Asian at Sin Ko!

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On the menu, short but likely to grow with the upcoming weeks, starters to share for more conviviality: duck breast and orange gyozas, spicy honey sauce (€12), surprising shrimp and lychee gyozas (€12), hearty teriyaki beef empanadas (€12). Definitely finger-licking!

And don’t miss the minute-made smoked guacamole (€10) still steaming when served. Good for the eyes, nose and taste buds!

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Next, we go for the miso-candied eggplant and vegetables (€20), the Tokyo pop carne (€25) a sort of very, very deconstructed chili con carne with fleshy and smooth meat fritters, the whole served with vegetable rice, sesame and cilantro, so good!

But don’t think everything is deep-fried! Sin Ko also provides healthy dishes such as tuna Poke Bun (€18) or fish ceviche with coconut milk (€20).

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A successful fusion cuisine where you can find Latin-inspired dishes, Asian-inspired flavors for a travel around the world.

Last stop of our road trip, the panna cotta (€10), perfectly prepared and roasted pineapple (€10), two very delicious fruity desserts.

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By the way, Sin Ko also provides – at the bar upstairs or at your table downstairs – a small selection of cocktails (€12) also said to grow, and they are very delicious and imaginative.

We tried the Bruce L. (gin, vermouth bianco, arugula, yuzu, simple syrup, egg white), the El Pablo (mezcal, passion fruit purée, cilantro, triple sec, lemon, Tonka syrup) and the Natsuko (pisco infused with shiso pourpre, lemon, egg white, nutmeg powder) and we loved them!

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In other words, if you’re looking for somewhere to eat in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Sin Ko is the table you need!

Alcohol abuse is bad for your health, please drink responsibly.

Practical information


5 Rue du Dragon
75006 Paris 6

Desserts: €10
A partager: €10 - €12
Plats: €17 - €25

Official website


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