6036, a mysterious name for a new izakaya in Paris

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1 GrumMy father is always well informed and told me the sous chef at Abri hah opened her own izakaya, this traditional Japanese restaurant, in Paris: it’s called 6036.
The dishes come in very small portions, so do the prices (around €10 for each dish). We loved the uber-delicate butternut velouté which came with an orange blossom espuma. We were more disappointed by shitake and the persillade butter which clearly overwhelmed the mushrooms’ flavors. We also had an incredible onigiri and fabulous marinated pork spare rib. Some of the other dishes were unsatisfying like the langoustines. As desserts, we had a chocolate siphon cake and an orange soup.
All in all, it’s a great address but it’s hard to judge now as it has been freshly established.

• 6036 •
82 rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud
75011 Paris
01.73.71.38.12
Quartier : Ménilmontant/Parmentier/Oberkampf

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