Florida is the brand-new restaurant that has just opened in Paris 1st arrondissement, in the heart of the Halles neighborhood. Very large, covering two stories at the corner of the rue Montorgueil, rue Montmartre and rue Turbigo, it enjoys three terraces – covered all year around – and faces the Eglise Saint-Eustache.
And if Florida is big, it is because if gathered two former brasseries, La Pointe Saint-Eustache and Le Jet Lag.
Designed by architect Gilles Guillot, Florida décor pays tribute to the Riviera in the 1930’s. Inside the restaurant, it looks like a palace lobby from the Belle Epoque.
As for the menu, it voluntarily breaks the codes of the classic starter-main-dessert triptyque by providing you with several dishes to share inviting you travel.
Executive chef (former Chalet des Iles) Laurent Durot has created the starters as world tapas to share. On Florida menu, you also have gyoza, spring rolls, sesame-marinated salmon and even foie gras.
As for mains, the chef provides you with tomato-basil rigatoni, cheeseburger, seabass ceviche, vitello tonato and even truffle cream croque-monsieur.
As for dessert, enjoy classics such as rum baba, lemon pie, mille-feuille, pavlova.
Moving on to drinks, Florida offers a selection of 70 wines, as well as premium cocktails. And to top it all, Florida also has a cigar cellar.
Open 7 days a week, non-stop from 8 a.m. to 2 a.m., Florida will surely become the general headquarters of many people in town.
Alcohol abuse is bad for your health, please drink responsibly.
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 7 October 2020
1 Rue Montorgueil
75001 Paris 1
Châtelet les Halles
Desserts, à partir de : 9 €
Cocktails, à partir de : 11 €
Entrées, à partir de : 11 €
Plats, à partir de : 15 €