Ora Farmhouse: The Trendiest Bucolic Spot of the Moment

The Ora Farm House restaurant in Paris

After the success at La Caserne, Ora is back with its winning concept, now nestled in a new location at the heart of Buttes-Chaumont. Welcome to Ora Farmhouse, an elegant venue beautifully decorated by Cordelia de Castellane. Here, guests can enjoy delightful small plates, a vibrant atmosphere, and a festive transformation at nightfall.



We are thrilled to see Ora again, bringing back unforgettable moments from La Caserne in the 10th district. Ora Farmhouse keeps the essence but evolves from 100% plant-based to flexitarian, introducing meat and fish options. The focus remains on responsible cooking, using seasonal products sourced locally, minimizing waste, and harvesting from its own garden adjacent to the restaurant.



The charm of Ora lies in its chef, Saayaan, originally a bartender who creates dishes like art pieces, adding a sexy touch to vegetables with spectacular presentations. Balancing flavors, abundant vegetables, and a sense of sharing and celebration are the pillars of his cuisine: “I plate my vegetables like painting a canvas.” In collaboration with Entourage Paris, known for their unique dining concepts (like Marta at Fouquet’s and Gala in the 8th), Chef Saayaan embodies the spirit of Ora Farmhouse, and we are delighted to see him return!



This new venue has everything to please. A few steps down the path of this chic pavilion ensure an escape and a drop in cortisol levels! Surrounded by large terraces, Ora Farmhouse spans two levels, blending with the surrounding nature through its vast windows. In the first room, a majestic bar takes center stage, with charming wooden tables lined up and flowers—dried in frames, fresh in vases, printed on cushions, or hand-painted on walls—dominating the rustic decor.



Ora Farmhouse excels at offering experiences at any time of the day, starting with breakfast pastries, homemade juices, and excellent coffee. Lunch features inviting small plates: marinated Pink burrata in beet juice with pistachio pesto (€12), smooth labneh styled like soft serve (€9), roasted eggplant with tomato compote, feta, and arugula pesto (€12), grilled octopus with caper butter (€12), and ultra-tender lamb shoulder (€12).



Farm house restaurant  menu

Evenings are lively, especially during the second service with a DJ, dimmed lights, and Chef Saayaan performing his culinary choreography, plating and seasoning dishes on parchment paper. The set vegetarian menu is reasonably priced (€39) with optional shareable dishes like fish and chips, beef tartare, or Milanese (€26 to €75). Don't miss the desserts (the caramel cream with soft serve is amazing, €17) or the well-crafted cocktails to elevate the evening (from €12 to €17)!



Join us for Sunday brunch from 12 PM to 4 PM, featuring a delightful selection of savory treats (vegetable karaage, labneh, scrambled eggs, pastries, pancakes, granola, hot drinks, €36). Extras include a kid's brunch menu (€10) and a shareable chicken dish for four (€48).



For picnic lovers, Ora Farmhouse has thought of everything! Head to the Guinguette at the pavilion entrance for delicious sandwiches, jars, and drinks (cocktails, wines, detox juices) packed in charming wicker baskets, complete with a lovely picnic cloth for a perfect park experience.

Open Monday to Saturday from 8:30 AM to 2 AM, Sunday from 9 AM to 8 PM.


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