Sinner: Ethnic brunch in the Marais

By Monique Delanoue

Here, we share everything! Just a stone’s throw from the Place des Vosges, the nomadic cuisine of this iconoclastic hotel challenges the codes of luxury.

This is the fashionable restaurant that makes one of the oldest districts of Paris vibrate! Exhibitions, architecture, art, design: cultural events always find an echo behind the Sinner’s stained glass windows. And what could be more unifying than culinary formats to share around a beautiful table with friends, live music and artists on their 31*. Under the leadership of an executive chef who blends the cuisine of his North African origins with Asian and Latino references, the stage is set to meet the motto of the Evok group: “Day or night enjoy every minute.”
Every Sunday, Chef Adam Bentalha imagines a festive, warm and galvanizing brunch. His cuisine? Ethnic. Of “tribe”. Joyful and surprising. His nomadic gastronomy combines North African kanun cooking, South American inspiration and a trip to Asia to create a mixed menu. At the table, it is the rituals, the gestures and the staging that create the link and this unfeigned convivial simplicity. Yann Brys, the pastry chef (Meilleur Ouvrier de France), infuses his creations with the flavors of continents bathed in light and exoticism, like the pineapple carpaccio infused with olive oil and vanilla.
You can choose between large guest tables, or tête à tête, to discover on the counter of the open kitchen: cut or braised meats, ceviches, sushis and charcoal grilled vegetables.
charcoal-grilled vegetables. As the great brunch classics are also on the menu, you can enjoy with your eyes and taste buds this new vision of Mediterranean cuisine, light and creative.

Sunday Brunch Sinner & Victorious (from 12pm to 3pm) :
92 € per adult – 45 € per child
Dress code : cocktail & more !

* Sinner is associated with Victor le Douarec and his artist collective Victorious.

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