Mon Square, Quentin de Fleuriau’s first restaurant in Paris

Published by Caroline J. · Published on 2 January 2020 at 11h12 · Updated on 20 August 2020 at 14h59
Paris 7th arrondissement welcomes a new restaurant giving pride of place to seasonal and French cooking. Its name? Mon Square.

In this early 2020, Paris sees new gourmet addresses pop here and there. From the chicest ones to the ones inviting us on a travel… There’s something for everyone. Among the new restaurants? Mon Square. This new place is Quentin de Fleuriau’s first restaurant. After working for 10 years with the Costes brother, the restaurateur embraces new challenges including the opening of this restaurant set on 31 rue Saint-Dominique.

To satisfy your taste buds, Mon Square chose to give pride of place to seasonal French cooking with several chic brasserie classics on the menu like girolle mushroom omelet, salmon fillet, roasted seabass fillet, orange-flavored duckling… The whole is to be enjoyed along with a nice selection of wines or cocktails you can sip at the bar or on the heated terrace-garden.

As for the décor, Mon Square spared no expense and reveals an arty vibe thought up by the place’s architect, Florence Lopez. The latter has called in three artists to elevate the restaurant: Sacha Floch Poliakoff who took care of hand-painting the flowered canvases on the walls, Lisbon-based ceramists artist Bela Silva who hand-made several beautiful pieces like a monumental tree above the bar and last but not least, Mathias Kiss who signs the private Kiss Room for Mon Square…

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31 Rue Saint-Dominique
75007 Paris 7

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Ouvert du lundi au vendredi de 8h à minuit
Ouvert les week-ends et jours fériés de 10h à minuit

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