Open right in the middle of lockdown, En Bas restaurant has started with takeout. But here we go, En Bas, now welcomes patrons.
The brand-new En Bas restaurant, bistro, cellar and counter is set in Paris 17th arrondissement, avenue des Ternes, not far from Porte Maillot. It replaces Verre Bouteille, a restaurant permanently closed.
The En Bas restaurant serves homemade French cuisine, focusing on local produces, with French meat and fishes fished in small boats.
Depending on seasons, En Bas menu features soft-boiled eggs, Colbert whiting, pot-au-feu, Simmental beef, foie gras, pig’s trotter-stuffed cabbage, salmon gravlax, and fried chicken.
But En Bas menu also features tapas: homemade country terrine, tataki Aloyau beef flank steak, whelk tempura, Roman artichokes, razor clams with parsley, for instance. Tapas to be paired with a glass of wine. Because although En Bas is first and foremost a restaurant, it is also a cellar. A cellar is set under the dining room and is essential. You can go by yourself and pick the bottle that will pair your meal. There are over 200 references of natural wines. Draught wine is also available.
Behind En Bas stands Charly Genevière who also created Tomette restaurant in Paris 12th restaurant.
How about paying En Bas, its cellar and wonderful restaurant a visit?
Alcohol abuse is bad for your health, please drink responsibly.
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 24 August 2021
85, avenue des Ternes
75017 Paris 17
Ternes ou Porte Maillot
Formule midi (entrée + plat ou plat + dessert): €21