The best Latino restaurants in Paris

Published by Laurent P. · Published on 11 September 2019 at 22h17 · Updated on 11 September 2019 at 22h18
You too want to taste Latino cooking? You’ve flair, because more and more South-American restaurants thrive across Paris. Mexican, Argentinian and even fusion, the best Latino restaurants are here!

Rumor has it than it’s THE current trend. South-American restaurants are literally into a conquistada for Parisians’ taste buds. And it hits the nail on the head! So, to discover or rediscover the Latino cuisine in the best way possible, here’s an overview of the best addresses!

Patchanka à Paris : l’excellent bistrot Latino du 11ème arrondissementPatchanka à Paris : l’excellent bistrot Latino du 11ème arrondissementPatchanka à Paris : l’excellent bistrot Latino du 11ème arrondissementPatchanka à Paris : l’excellent bistrot Latino du 11ème arrondissement Patchanka in Paris: the excellent Latino bistro in Paris 11th arrondissement
When food fulfills taste buds, but it even has the boldness to make us travel, it’s a success! And this is the menu that awaits when we come at Patchanka, the new Latino and gourmet address in Paris by Argentinian Chef Gastón Stivelmaher.

La condesa : un globe trotter mexicain pose ses casseroles à ParisLa condesa : un globe trotter mexicain pose ses casseroles à ParisLa condesa : un globe trotter mexicain pose ses casseroles à ParisLa condesa : un globe trotter mexicain pose ses casseroles à Paris La Condesa: a Mexican globetrotter lays down his pans in Paris
Awarded Young chef Gault & Millau 2016 and after working in kitchens across the planet, Mexican Indra Carillo decided to lay down his pans in Paris and open his very first restaurant: La Condesa. A bistronomic experience in 4 or 6 courses to live out in Paris 9th arrondissement.

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After a small eatery open in the Marais neighborhood, then the beautiful stand at Ground Control Halle Charolais, Chilam presents its new and third Parisian address nestled by Bastille. The occasion to enjoy new Mexican flavors!

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If you are looking for a tantalizing address with Mexican hints, head to Paris 17th arrondissement, a stone’s throw from the Arc de Triomphe and enter restaurant Oxte.

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Amigos unite, we’ve found THE spot to make your taste buds travel to South-America! Nestled in Parsi 11th arrondissement, Bar de Biondi is the perfect place to have your belly full of Argentinian tapas served with delicious cocktails for some and a glass of wine for others.

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Forget about Barrio Latino and discover Pachamama! Located within walking distance from Place de la Bastille, this Parisian dinner-club hopes to blow you away by offering a very beautiful immersion into the heart of South America.

Jesus MariaJesus MariaJesus MariaJesus Maria Jesus Maria, a nice French-Mexican restaurant near Pigalle
Jesus Maria is the new French-Mexican restaurant near Pigalle. We enjoy dishes to share with friends like Mexican tapas: pork belly, beef chunk, foie gras tacos, ceviche and guacamole off course!

Made Mex Made Mex Made Mex Made Mex Made Mex, the “Mex-healthy” corner in Paris 3rd arrondissement
At Made Mex, we enjoy generous tacos and burritos. Moreover, produces are ultra-healthy: French poultry, organic beef, PDO cheese, fresh vegetables of the day… a real “Mex-healthy” [think Mexican and healthy] experience! experience!"|image="gauche"]

Juan Carlos Récamier, nouveau Chef du restaurant INKA : les photosJuan Carlos Récamier, nouveau Chef du restaurant INKA : les photosJuan Carlos Récamier, nouveau Chef du restaurant INKA : les photosJuan Carlos Récamier, nouveau Chef du restaurant INKA : les photos Restaurant INKA, new chef and new decor
Peruvian food lovers, restaurant INKA got a makeover. New design, new menu and new chef with Juan Carlos Récamier who brings the fundamentals of the Peruvian and Nikkei gastronomy up to date.

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