It's one of the food trends riding high in Paris! The bowl is a delciious dish served in a bowl and mixing colorful and quality ingredients. The outcome is as beautiful to Instagram it as it is delicious in the mouth.
Rumor has it it originally comes from California but the bowl is international! We have it all over the world and has no limits. To find your bearings among the many tables in Paris, here's the crème de la crème:
Pokawa is a nice and new address located rue Poissonnière. Here, a stone’s throw from Le Grand Rex, Sam and Max extend your summer with pokebowls, Hawaiian specialties packed with vitamins and freshness!
Les Bols de Jean
Les Bols de Jean is the latest culinary concept created by baker Eric Kayser and cook Jean Imbert. Forget everything you know about traditional service and get ready to enjoy tasty creations in edible crunchy and soft bread bowls!
Yoom Dim Sum, this brand of dumplings that perfectly manages to blend Asian flavors and occidental inspirations, innovates one more time by offering you delicious and healthy Dim Sum Bowls!
The lovely restaurant highlighting bibimbaps and other bento-like Korean specialties, Dochilak opens a new address in the Montparnasse neighborhood. This is the occasion to pop there and try this typical dish full of vegetables and condiments, so, treat yourself!
If you happen to be near the Grands Boulevards neighborhood, head to Holy Bol in Passage Verdeau. Open nonstop, cozy and delicious, this Thai restaurant has become the local canteen. It’s simple, the surrounding offices and workplaces swear only by its pad Thai, its deep-fried calamari salad and its bun bo, so much that you need to reserve your table for lunchtime or go for the take-away menu. We tasted it and we loved it!
Barely two years after opening its first juice bar, Juicerie comes to Paris 9th arrondissement, at the foot of the Montholon hotel. On the menu, always organic cold squeezed juices and a fresh and healthy cuisine.
A Japanese brasserie? What’s that? Head to YOKO Bourse, a new Japanese restaurant that looks like a brasserie near the Parisian Stock Exchange area to discover it. No need to say that the place has been quickly adopted: at lunch, the place is crowded, bankers, businessmen come to enjoy bentos, ceviches with a glass of tea or sake!
La Bibimerie, here’s the name of the new restaurant that shakes up your taste buds in Paris 10th arrondissement. A restaurant giving pride of place the famous Korean dish: the bibimbap. La Bibimerie revisits it its own way and present its Bibim with original cookings.
Japanese cuisine lovers have their new gourmet and trendy address in Paris. Its name? Ramen Bowl. At the helm of this street canteen, there’s the talented Tokyo chef Hiroki Masaki.
Japan-inspired poke bowls, sounds yummy, right? You can find them at Canal Poké. Healthy, delicious and hearty bowls served with a nice miso soup before you wrap your meal up with some very nice pastry.