Located in Jardim Oceânico, at Barra da Tijuca.
The Rio branch of Paris 6, which has three branches in São Paulo, has won its customers for its 1920’s Parisian feel and because it’s open 24/7. The bistro that is so deer to the artists also became famous for the partnerships between the owner and restauranteur Isaac Azar and them to create the dishes. There are more than 200 dishes paying homage to Brazilian celebrities and that, this year, has got new dishes to celebrate the second anniversary of the house.
Among so many choices, there is Grand Dog de Saucisse Frankfurt Jambon Ibérico et Guacamole à “Rodrigo Simas” (R$ 39) – hot dog of Frankfurt sausage served with pata negra Jambon Ibérico with mayonnaise, guacamole, and shoestring potatoes; Penne Napolitain à “Isis Valverde” (R$ 56) – gluten free penne with extra virgin olive oil, with fresh cherry tomatoes, and basil leaves; Vol-Au-Vent Au Veloté de Poireaux à “Susana Vieira” (R$ 47) – classic French puff pastry filled with leek crème with cream cheese au gratin with a mental cheese. The desserts are success on their own! We highlight the Grand Gateau à Tiago Abravanel (R$ 32) – chocolate grand gateau filled with melted chocolate and paçoca (ground peanuts with sugar), gianduia dileto popsicle covered and chocolate and drizzle with semi-sweet chocolate, peanuts M&M’s, paçoca, and a touch of condensed milk.