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A family affair : Jean Imbert and his grandmother’s food at home

The success of Jean Imbert’s restaurant, “Mamie,” is based on the family atmosphere of convivial tables around traditional dishes revisited from French cuisine, concocted by his grandmother. Opened in March 2019, the establishment is located on the Place de l’Acajou, the first restaurant of the chef trained at the Paul Bocuse Institute and winner of the Top Chef competition in 2012. With a vintage décor, steel lighting, and photo frames featuring dried flowers, “Mamie” recreates the atmosphere of family Sundays, with bread at the center of the table. Offering generous recipes and desserts to share, imagined with pastry chef Cédric Grolet, Jean Imbert’s restaurant is a real success.

Despite the prolonged closure of restaurants, the cuisine of Jean Imbert and his grandmother now comes to you thanks to take-away or take-away food baskets, available from Monday to Saturday. After “Mamie et Jean à la maison,” an initiative introduced during the first confinement last spring, it is now “Cédric et Jean à la maison” that will delight you : a menu inspired by family traditions with, in particular, the Mamie-style foie gras with port or the roast chicken and its mushroom risotto, not forgetting the gourmet, aesthetic, and refined desserts of Cédric Grolet, such as the Forêt-Noire or the Paris-Brest.

All the recipes of “Cédric and Jean à la maison” are elevated by ingredients sourced mainly from organic or reasoned agriculture and fresh products from small local producers. Favoring short circuits and reusable glass jars to deliver the dishes, Jean Imbert treats us while promoting a more responsible cuisine.

Menu: 52 € per person 

Click & Collect at “Mamie” by Jean Imbert

35 bis, rue Jean-de-la-Fontaine, Paris 16e 

Monday to Saturday 

Delivery in Paris or in neighboring towns between 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.



Jean Imbert’s grandmother passed away at the beginning of this year. All our condolences to the chief and his family.