Anahi: Mauro Colagreco, the new chef of the cult bistro of the 3rd

Anahi restaurant by Mauro Colagreco in Paris

It is the most festive and coveted news of the moment. On the occasion of its long-awaited reopening, Anahi , the Argentinian restaurant and socialite par excellence, owned by Riccardo Giraudi ( Beefbar ), invites 3-star chef Mauro Colagreco to sign his new menu around meat and South American flavors. , obviously. To reserve, it's now or never.


Head trio

Riccardo Giraudi, Carmen Lebrero and Mauro Colagreco chez Anahi

Very committed chef of the “ best restaurant in the world ” (2019), aka Le Mirazur de Menton, and also at the head of the excellent GrandCœur brasserie in the Marais dance center, Mauro Colagreco has never taken a big head. We even saw him in Anahi's kitchens peeling a few potatoes himself, like a 3-star clerk.

Riccardo Giraudi and Mauro Colagreco at Anahi

And yet, Riccardo Giraudi has decided to welcome him as a star , owner of the premises and exclusive importer of the most precious cattle in the world (Kobe, Black Angus, Wagyu, etc.). An obvious collab 'thought in 2020, when the king of the bidoche, confined in his house in Roquebrune, observed in the distance the Mirazur perched on the sea.

It's a match: the gourmet duo works particularly well in this unique and festive micro-decor hosted by Carmen Lebrero. Ex-taulière of this evening place, the Madrilenian will tell you about her friendships with her clients and friends among the top of fashion, including John Galliano and Haider Ackermann .


À la carte

Anahi menu

Demented and light fillet empanadas with Kalamata olives (€ 22), salpicon salad style spiced with half-cooked beef fillet (€ 28), thin onion tart and smoked butter (€ 19) for starters. As a main course, your choice is the fondant heart of American Black Angus entrecote (€ 64) or the white fish papillote depending on availability (€ 32), all served with large seared gnocchi (€ 12) and a drop of creamed spinach (12 €).

We obviously sprinkle the whole thing with a good bottle of Argentinian red, before going sweet with an insane chocolate tart and a pear poached in Malbec, divinely spiced.

© Géraldine Martens © Matteo Carassale

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49, rue Volta

75003 Paris

01 83 81 38 00

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