Manko Paris: Peru to Paris

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Manko Paris: Peru to Paris

In the heart of the Golden Triangle, marked out by avenues Montaigne, Champs-Élysées and George-V, Manko Paris opens its doors in the former Drouot auction house.

Part of the Moma Group, Manko is named after the legendary Incan, Manco Capac, son of the Sun God, founder of the Incan people, and an important symbol for the Peruvian community.

In this unique, majestic setting, top chef Gaston Acurio offers a sumptuous culinary voyage, reinventing the subtleties of the traditional dishes of Andean culture. This invitation to travel extends to the decor, with its gilding and noble materials, a perfect balance between a bohemian Peruvian feel and Parisian chic.

On the menu, opt for the Clasico - wild fish ceviche (fish changing according to daily deliveries), sweet potato, corn and tiger's milk. Or try the mouth-watering grilled octopus with potato cream, anticuchera sauce (spicy beef sauce), black olives and garlic chips. A cocktail bar and cabaret will complete your evening journey into Incan lands, every Friday and Saturday evening from midnight.

Manko Paris
15 avenue Montaigne
75008 Paris

+33 (0)1 82 28 00 15

http://manko-paris.com/en/home-en/

Menu: around 55 EUR