Former Top Chef contestant Mory Sacko is now showcasing his talent in the former Cobéa, where the dining room has a brighter feel thanks to its new white colour scheme and light wood furniture and flooring. The restaurant’s name is a fusion of the chef’s first name and that of Yasuke, the first and only African samurai in Japan. The chef successfully mixes his Malian and Senegalese roots, his fascination for Japan and, of course, his passion for French cuisine and techniques, nurtured during stints with Christophe Moret and Thierry Marx. The end result is inspired and original dishes, including successful combinations such as sticky rice with tama-miso and mushrooms, and beef picanha with a tamarind mate sauce.
11 Rue Raymond Losserand, 75014
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