Sourcing its cuisine from small local businesses, The Food Market carefully selects chefs with an eye for quality and homemade food prepared from fresh ingredients.
With a selection of restaurants, associations, chefs and fine delicatessens from a wide range of backgrounds, every month this huge market-canteen offers visitors a tour of the world’s cuisines.All have the common desire to share their creations in a lively, fun atmosphere open to all.
They will be present at Cocktail Street 2018
Burgers created in the traditional New York style, where it’s all about the food! Smoked streaky bacon, flame-grilled patties, nine-month-aged cheddar, caramelized onions and BBQ sauce homemade from a closely-guarded secret recipe, all served in a delicious soft bun, with crispy fries on the side. Paris New York has rightfully taken up the mantle as one of the best burgers in Paris!
Launched in 2016 by TV presenter Abdel Alaoui and his business partner Mustapha Khalis, Yemma created a buzz right from the get-go, as it is the first Moroccan café to offer the current trends in street food. They are known in particular for their incredible msemen sandwiches, a traditional flaky Moroccan pancake garnished with roast vegetables, crudités marinated in spices or orange blossom, pickles and kefta or confit lemon chicken – a pure delight!”
One of the pioneers of the “poke bowl” trend that came all the way from Hawaii! The Poké is a mix of raw fish marinated in an Asian-style sweet and sour sauce on a bowl of rice seasoned with rice vinegar and covered in raw vegetables, fresh herbs, seeds and exotic fruit. Bolstered by the success of its first restaurants, Pokawa just opened a fourth on Rue Oberkampf!
Gregory Marchand is one of the top names in bistronomy in Paris! He first opened Frenchie in 2009, before gradually moving into the surrounding buildings of Rue du Nil with a wine cellar, wine bar and lastly Frenchie To Go, an address dedicated to street food and the great English and American classics! As in all of his restaurants, the ingredients are meticulously selected, and the meats cooked and seasoned perfectly. For Cocktail Street, Frenchie To Go will be selling its legendary Reuben (a New York-style house pastrami sandwich), its prize-winning sauerkraut and beef hot dogs, and buttery corn on the cob…
After many years traveling around in their food truck, Luis and Daniela have finally opened a tiny permanent address where Parisians can treat themselves to Venezuelan cuisine! On the menu: the star of Venezuelan street food, arepas. Dressed according to the seasons and the chef’s inspirations, these little maize doughs are stuffed with pabellon (slow-stewed beef with kidney beans and plantain banana), avocado and Venezuelan cheese, or reina pepiada (pulled chicken, avocado, lime and coriander).
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