Vesper, the new festive restaurant that rocks the 7th

In line with restaurants to party: this is the new spot to know in the 7th! After the Fitzgerald and Abstinence , Guillaume Benard (Fitz Groupe) is back with an ultimately glamorous address where the whole left bank flocks (tables of up to 12 people) to come and slum it…


A very glamorous date

It needed a wildly sexy setting to capture the golden thirties of the upscale neighborhoods and make it the trendiest new address of the season... The decorator Lázaro Rosa Violán deploys a spectacular and singular staging far from clichés, worthy of the hippest clubs of London, with English House of Hackney wallpaper, chandeliers, velvet benches, jungle vegetation, a monumental bar and blond wood ceiling.

The Fitzgerald team knows how to do it to liven up the evenings and the desires to jiggle! Vesper draws out a hot musical program from Wednesday to Saturday evening with stylish djettes on the turntables and groups that make you sing along to stylish variety and climb the tables.


A very sexy Nikkei menu and captivating cocktails

A true maestro, Lucas Felzine ( ex- Ze Kitchen Galerie, L'Arpège, Uma) manages to rhyme an author's cuisine with the taste of the time and signs a menu of Nikkei gastronomy, an ingenious fusion of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine which on the rise…) with French sourcing from exceptional small producers.

At the table, the plates are shared with a sense of celebration: exquisite tacos with smoked cod with teriyaki sauce (€18), lacquered duck gyozas (€18), tiger leche salmon ceviche with pomegranate and hibiscus (€18) , vegetable tempura and mustard-peanut vinaigrette (€10), lacquered grilled octopus cooked in robata with Peruvian spices and olives (€32) or sesame and yuzu mochi (€12).

At the bar: head bartender Agathe Potel shakes up sharp cocktails that match the eclectic spirit of the menu. Among its icons: Vesper Martini, Milk Punch clarified with coconut milk or other enchanting potions (from €14)


An absolutely exquisite Sushi Bar

Behind his counter, sushi master Mutsuo Miyauchi heckles raw fish like no one else and signs the most creative makis in Paris that have nothing to envy at the Bar des Prés.

The result is exceptional sashimi , crazy californias with tempura (€16), yellow tail with mango, truffle and yuzu (€15) or toro tuna with fennel and black garlic (€18), sea urchin temaki, foie fat and coffee (€14) without forgetting the nigiti with scallops miso coriander €15). Yum.

Open every day for lunch and dinner until 2 a.m.

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