For 8 years, now, the Food Market® has brought people together around a love of high-quality street food. The event gets star chefs out of their kitchens and places them at the centre of this culinary stage.
From neobistrot to doner kebabs and tacos, the Food Market selects the best of everything street food has to offer for the event.
Since 2011, Blend has been exploring burger culture around the world to reinterpret mythical recipes with rare ingredients, produced by passionate artisan friends and share with as many people as possible its vision of burgerness*.
*Burgerness (n,f): Cult dedicated to the gourmet burger at Blend. Expertise that consists in selecting the best products for the realization of its hamburgers.
Tripletta is a family that infuses its bonhommie and love of the product, in its restaurants, as in its recipes, but it is also THE reference of Neapolitan pizza in Paris.
Margarita with extra soul, oven that never goes out, Neapolitan red or white, perfect cooking and product of excellence, welcome to Tripletta!
Homer Lobster & Janet were born from chef Moïse Sfez’s love at first sight for the lobster rolls in New York.
Imported and reinterpreted in Paris Moses’ recipe even won the world championship of lobster rolls in Portland, Maine in the U.S.A. As a bonus for Cocktail Street, Janet’s unbeatable hot dog will also be offered.
Melt was born in the mind of two young French people who went to New York 10 years ago and discovered the Texan barbecue: a real culinary slap. They then decided to import the concept to France after crisscrossing Texas in search of the greatest Pitt-Masters.
Although the Texan cooking technique with oak wood remains at the heart of the concept, we discover flavors from all over the world: smoked black Angus brisket 3pm, Thai marinated chicken and smoked 4h, not to mention the pig shoulder pork sweater, smoked 12h, pulled out, served with pickles and homemade BBQ sauce.
The winning duo formed by Carlos Peñarredonda and Mads Christensen came about when they met working in the kitchens of Paris’ renowned bistro restaurants such as Le Mary Celeste, Hero and Candelaria.
After months of discussion and brainstorming, they decided to unite their strengths and launch their first independent project, inspired by their roots, their travels around the world, their culinary and gastronomic experiences, and above by all celebration and fun: BANG BANG!!!
There, we do not say “galette” but “Crêpe salée”, they are as their grandmothers did: thin and crispy, Tanguy Crêpes is part of the pure tradition of Lower Brittany!
They offer buckwheat or wheat pancakes and will make you revise your classics on Cocktail Street: smoked breast, eggs, organic tomme, or sausage and mustard cream… Dessert lovers will not be left out with a wide choice of sweet pancakes.
This taqueria brings the South American sun to Paris! In Mexico, we eat like we laugh. Several, at no time. tacos, tequila, tostadas, y mucho más.
Unpredictable, often! Extravagant, sometimes! This is the JAJAJA spirit! Tortillas, quesadillas or enchiladas Jajaja invites us on a culinary journey to the heart of Mexican street food.
A former family tobacco bar transformed into an Asian café, Coupi Bar has become the essential street food spot in the south of Paris.
The secret to success? Their fusion recipes, twitsed to adapt to today’s trends: piri piri tofu croquettes, Chinese gua bao with Thai beef, beef teriaky fries, not to mention their unmissable banh-mi.
Sonny’s is a sandwich shop that pays tribute to American culture inspired by New York streets. Authentic recipes, gourmet and above all VERY generous.
From NYC to Paris one-way starting with their famous Chopped Cheese: ground beef mixed with a mix of red peppers and caramelized onions, a good dose of melting American cheese and chilimayo sauce.
In this new address of the passage des Panoramas, Tamir Nahmias offers his version of the classics of Middle Eastern street food: Shawarma on a spit (horizontal) of lamb and chicken prepared homemade and marinated in yogurt, spices, garlic and lemon then roasted over a wood fire, served with white sauces and amba, fresh vegetables and pickles and herb mix. The pita with golden falafel, garnished with seasonal vegetables, mix of herbs and sauces.
The spit is horizontal for a less fatty and lighter cooking. All fresh, crunchy and cooked with the authentic taste of cooking over a wood fire.
Bake. is an English-inspired neighborhood deli dedicated to comfort food.
Everything is homemade – breads, pastries, sandwiches – under the sign of simplicity and greed. There are all the classics of Anglo-Saxon culture (crisp-soft cookies, fudgy brownies, regressive apple crumble, plump sausage rolls …) in a warm and relaxed atmosphere.