Manko: Peru to Paris

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Manko: Peru to Paris

In a mythic location in the heart of the Golden Triangle, on number 15 of the avenue Montaigne, the Manko opens in the former Drouot auction house.

Part of Moma Group, Manko is named after the legendary Incan, Manco Capac, son of the Sun God, founder of the Incan people, and an important symbol for the Peruvian community.

In this unique and traditional setting, top chef Gaston Acurio offers a sumptuous culinary journey, reinventing the subtleties of Peruvian dishes. The Peruvian bohemian experience is enhanced by a Parisian chic decor, in the gilding and nobility of the materials.

On the menu, opt for the Clasico - wild fish ceviche (fish changing according to daily deliveries), sweet potato, corn and tiger's milk. Or try the mouth-watering grilled octopus with potato cream, anticuchera sauce (spicy beef sauce), black olives and garlic chips. A cocktail bar and cabaret will complete your evening journey into Incan lands.

Manko
15, avenue Montaigne
75008 Paris

+33 (0)1 82 28 00 15

http://manko-paris.com/en/home-en/

Menu: around 55 EUR