We stumbled across Mon Square during an afternoon stroll through the 7th arrondissement. This ‘’little corner of paradise’’ was a real find away from the hustle and bustle of this busy neighborhood.
Facing Square Samuel Rousseau and the Sainte-Clotilde church this trendy and chic establishment offers a combination of several colorful spaces placed around a central bar. Brass touches, deep green walls, florals and pastel pinks come together to bring both the outside in and the inside out on their spacious terrace.
Chef Quentin de Fleuriau, previously of the Costes group, offers seasonal cuisine with upscale brasserie dishes. On the menu you can find a selection of sharing plates, tartare or ceviches and a good selection of fresh fish dishes. On the meats, a classic entrecote or grandma inspired rotisserie chicken! Vegans are also catered for with delicious risotto and other options.
Mon Square also offers a generous dessert and extensive cocktail menu.
As chef de Fleuriau rightfully says ‘’This feels like the beginning of a beautiful story’’ and one we look forward to being part of our story!
Mon Square, 31 rue Saint-Dominique 75007, ParisThe Crying Tiger