RESTAURANT

UNIVERSE

Shaded by green walls, which run along the whole length of the venue, the Sinner restaurant offers a menu incorporating international flare taking inspiration from street food culture, like the Kanoun technique in North Africa. . By drawing inspiration from street food, from the desert and South America, the Chef has designed the most exceptional yet accessible fusion menu. Around the table, Peruvian and Brazilian rituals create connection and genuine, sociable simplicity. Patisserie chef Yann Brys also whisks you away to far-off places with his dessert creations infused with the flavors of exotic continents bathed in light.

ADAM BENTALHA

Adam Benthala joined rapidly the most prestigious starry brigades, alongside Michel Roth at the Ritz Paris, Philippe Labbé at the Shangri-La Hotel Paris, Marc Heaberlin at L'Auberge de L'Il and Laurent André at the Royal Monceau. Executive Chef at the Hotel Brach Paris since 2018, he has inspired his new vision of Mediterranean cuisine: lighter and creative

BAR

The Sinner Bar offers cold kemiah, Cromesquis, ceviche, Chich Kebab, tapioca vegetable sauce… - and cocktails inspired by Latin mysticism showcase the best that the cultures and seasons have to offer. The menu, which is intentionally short and balanced with around ten “creations” with evocative names – crimson heart, memento, noma... – uses fresh products, and 100% homemade infusions are expertly created on the spot. The spirits come from small distilleries, and there are around fifteen different aged rums, thirty whiskies and a good selection of gins to choose from.

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INFORMATION & CONTACT

RESTAURANT +33 (0)1 42 72 20 00
restaurant@sinnerparis.com
From Monday to Sunday: 7am to Midnight

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