A cool spot with a wide selection of Portuguese charcuterie, French cheeses, and fantastic wines to match.
Portuguese ceramic tiles add to the charm of this comfy eatery (and epicurean shop) that offers a blend of hearty Portuguese and French fare along with fantastic wines. For snacking while imbibing, there are sardines, potted pork rillettes and terrines alongside a broad selection of charcuteries (Portuguese) and cheeses (French) available on platters either “convivados” (for two) or “conjuntos” (for parties of four). For a heartwarming meal the cassoulet-style veal cocotte is ideal, especially if you catch Paris on a rainy day.
Bitesee Tip: Try to snag a window seat and settle into the best spot in the house.
Pasteis de Nata
- Metro: Goncourt / Belleville
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