At the end of the verdant impasse Villa Riberolle, which adjoins the Père-Lachaise, nestles an address, unusual for the uninitiated. A few steps lead to Caché, a restaurant-bar with a New York industrial-loft style with minimalist and intimate decoration. Flooded with light under its glass roof, the place was an old printing house converted by Gianpaolo and Lorenza. The two Italian founders of Caché, into a hotspot whose menu and décor are worth driving through Paris for.
The team has chosen to respect the seasonality of the products they serve, the ingredients elementary and pure. In the same spirit, the cocktails pay homage to the diversity and the authenticity of the flavors.
In a hushed atmosphere, the menu changes every day and breathes freshness. Allow yourself to be tempted by the heart of beef accompanied by feta cheese and the sumptuous blend of dukkah. Even by the seabream ceviche with passion fruit and avocado, or by the carpaccio of seabass sublimated by peach and an ounce of ginger. On weekends, they serve Italian ham, focaccia, pancakes, granola, boiled eggs, and sweet Roman buns, to be enjoyed under the sunshine beaming through the canopy.
On the beverage side, the address offers a selection of natural and biodynamic beers and wines and new cocktails, such as a white or yellow pear-based cocktail, agricultural rum and Fino, or the red cocktail combining hibiscus, pomegranate syrup and aquavit, not forgetting classics such as the Bellini and Bloody Mary.
When you walk through the door of the Caché restaurant, you enter a rural world of flavors and Mediterranean aromas in the heart of Paris.
Good to know: the team also runs a cellar in the Marais at 27, rue de Saintonge where it offers simple local products accompanied by organic wine.
Wednesday to Friday: 7:30 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.
Saturday: 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. – 1:00 a.m.
Sunday: 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.