Mimosa is Jean-François Piège‘s restaurant which opened its doors at the Hôtel de la Marine and which offers a unique food concept in Paris: a mimosa egg bar !
A mediteranean touch
In this place of great history, built in the 18th century by Ange-Jacques Gabriel to house the Garde-Meuble de la Couronne and which for a long time housed the Ministry of the Navy, between the golden columns or on the large sunny terrace, we go to discover this new restaurant called Mimosa. This new restaurant has one ambition: to bring the Riviera spirit to the heart of Paris, with references to Capri, the 60s, Nice, and the sun-drenched South.
Spices from the riviera
And the bet is successful. With its large blades that serve as chandeliers, the beautiful characteristic woodwork, the aged effect mirrors, it feels like aboard a cruise ship. On site, with the large central tree, its plants and the scattered dried flowers, you feel out of place, like on vacation. Placed under the sign of the sun, the chef offers light and festive cuisine, with natural cooking over a wood fire, embellished with herbs and spices from the Riviera. Between hors d’oeuvres to share and variations of deviled eggs – with anchovies, bottarga or even fennel – this menu also gives pride of place to peaches of the day and pieces of French meat cooked on the fireplace; all accompanied by different Mimosa cocktails.
2 rue Royale Paris