We all encountered this… what’s for lunch, dinner? Looking for some inspo, head to Fooddisto, the gigantic and eclectic food court of Parisian outlet, Paddock. On the menu, many world’s food restaurant. And there’s something for every taste and budget. Said to open in February 2020.
Lebanese, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Italian, as well as a French-inspired brasserie, Fooddisto really wants to make its visitors travel. To whet our appetites a bit, let’s discover – among others – the Joseph & Beer brasserie and IT trattoria. This 100% Italian spot includes a pizzaiolo school, a mozzarella bar and a spritz bar. Yum!
If you’re not really into Italian food (perhaps you are), head to Paddock food hall devoted to street food. Here, restaurant stands are inspired by the arty vibe of the neighborhood with eclectic propositions: Cru, Bulot Bulot, Melt, Schwarz/Kraft, Bo Bon, Mô Chi, Naba…
In other words, Fooddisto is a place of discoveries and meetings where you can take your time between two bites. And we’re really looking forward to it.
For those who missed the news, Paddock is 17,000sqm of style, 46,000sqm of art and 4000sqm of food. And set where there used to be former stables of Paris, 123 brands expect you. Fashion, home, food and even a personal care product store, all you need to shop without breaking the bank, with discounts starting from 30% off of the original price.
All you need to have a very busy day!
60 Avenue Gaston Roussel
Métro Bobigny-Pantin Raymond Queneau (ligne 5)