A new address nestled in the heart of the Parisian golden triangle, the restaurant Anna offers a generous, friendly, and trendy experience between traditional recipes and dishes twisted by the chef, Yiannis Kioroglou, a lover of the cuisine of the sun.
Ideal for an evening with friends, the place is contemporary and authentic, with a decoration mixing wood, terrazzo, and ceramics that evoke the richness of Greek craftsmanship.
We sit down around a large table with tablecloths, with a sober and neat service, in a warm and lively atmosphere.
We start with a chickpea, pomegranate, and mint hummus, tasty and original, and a melintzanasalata (grilled eggplant caviar) prepared at the last minute, simply tasty.
Then come different mezze to share, such as the grilled octopus (xtapodi sti sxara) well spiced, perfectly cooked; the fried squid (kalamaraki tiganito), crispy as desired; and a fried feta filo, honey and sesame, surprising and regressive. Finally, the grilled red peppers, marinated in florina, bring a note of sweetness in the mouth by blending with the flavors of the different dishes.
Colorful plates reign in the center of the table, like an invitation to share and travel.
A trendy and sunny address to accompany the desire to escape in the heart of the French capital.
14, rue Marbœuf, Paris 8e