Aussi(e), Australian pub made in France

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Aussi(e), Australian pub made in France

Black Angus, ANZAC cookies, Vegemite… Discover Australian gastronomy in the heart of the 11th arrondissement at Aussi(e), in the Oberkampf neighbourhood.

The koala engraved on the front window gives out a clue as to the restaurant's theme. In Oberkampf, Aussi(e) is a direct nod to its chef's origins. Alexis Braconnier is indeed half French and half Australian, and his objective is to take you on a journey to the land of Kangaroos without leaving Paris. To do so, the chef reproduced the atmosphere of the Australian pubs he used to go to, where conviviality ranks high, from talking to strangers to watching rugby games on TV after work. In the plates, Alexis Braconnier crafts typical flavours, with Vegemite (the dark brown food spread invented in 1923 by Cyril P. Callister) even being used to unanimous acclaim. Opt for the Black Angus steak or lamb meat pie served with carrot mash or fried sweet potatoes in sweet chili sauce, then a few ANZAC cookies (the famous Australian and New Zealand Army Corps biscuits) or a banana bread with a runny caramel heart. At the end, you will feel like a true Aussie!

Aussi(e)
4 bis, rue Neuve Popincourt
75011 Paris

+33 (0)9 50 05 77 83

www.facebook.com/Restaurantaussie/

Menu: around 22.50 EUR