At a Glance:

Forget standing in line with mobs of tourists for a falafel. Join the locals at Tel Aviv's Chef Eyal Shani's Parisian branch of Miznon across the street. Pillowy soft hand made pita breads stuffed with slow-cooked juicy lamb, roasted chicken, vegetarian-friendly ratatouille or choux farci, fresh marinated tuna or steak and eggs. Not to miss is the whole roasted cauliflower and sweet potatoes drizzled in olive oil and salt. From the industrial chic dining room, a boisterous crowd watches serious line cooks in the warm open kitchen using top-notch ingredients to make the sandwiches from scratch. Just order from the chalkboard menu and wait for your name to be called. Bonus points for being open on Sunday & Monday when most Paris restaurants are closed. To eat-in or take away.


Sample dishes:

Pillowy soft hand made pita bread stuffed with slow-cooked juicy lamb, roasted chicken, vegetarian-friendly ratatouille or choux farci, fresh marinated tuna or steak and eggs. Not to miss is the whole roasted cauliflower and sweet potatoes drizzled in olive oil and salt.


Other Businesses Owned by Eval Shani:

Miznon – Tel Aviv

 

Miznon

Date reviewed:

January 31, 2016

Reservation policy:

First Come First Serve

Euros:

Menu format:

À la carte

Address:

22 rue des Ecouffes, Right Bank
Tel: +33 01 42 74 83 58

Hours:

12 noon to 11pm, Closed Friday and Saturday.
Summer Hours: Staying open all summer during regular hours

Nearest metro:

Saint-Paul

Closest landmark:

Place des Vosges

The scene:

Cool & Hip, Local Dive/Hole in the Wall, Standing Room Only

The look:

Shabby Chic Industrial Loft

Who goes:

Food Industry, Visiting Foodies, Locals

The soundtrack:

Whatever The Cooks In the Kitchen Are Feeling.

Insider tip:

There is an additional dining room in the back.

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