Salvaje Paris, the sublime Japanese restaurant and festive cocktail bar with an African atmosphere

By My B. Photos by My B. Posted Jun 8, 2022 9:16 AM

Salvaje arrives in Paris and awaits you in the 8th arrondissement of Paris in its restaurant and its immersive bars to taste superb Japanese cuisine decorated with crazy cocktails, all in a crazy Douanier Rousseau-style atmosphere with music and show every evening .

Looking for a restaurant where we enjoy cooking japanese fine and gourmet, all in an atmosphere of madness? Direction salvagethe new spot and party bar who settled in the Collector’s Hotelrue de Courcelles in the 8th.

If you travel, you may already know salvage, this group which is already a hit in different countries from Colombia to Guatemala via Miami, Madrid or Barcelona and even Marbella, Milan and London soon. The concept ? Offer a spectacular and festive atmosphere while offering quality cuisine and clever cocktails. On the menu, high-end Japanese dishes but whose desire is to remain affordable.

At the house of salvagethe decoration is signed Lazaro Rosa-Violan to whom we already owe the superb Vesper in Paris. Here we dives in full jungle in a rather African atmosphere ascending Maya. In the heart of the restaurant, impossible of to fail the Rhinoceros, emblem of the group, who poses proudly in the center, covered with feathers originals that we want to caress.

Salvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphereSalvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphereSalvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphere

The waves of ceiling recall the savannah while the ethnic prints and wooden armchairs carved take us on a journey. Subdued and warm atmosphere, DJ booth, everything is there to make us spend a lively evening. Every evening the spectacle is appropriate and short shows brighten up the center of the restaurant, around the Rhinoceros.

Salvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphereSalvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphereSalvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphereSalvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphere

But we are told and repeated, the important thing at Salvaje is above all the cuisine. We come here to eat well. At the controls of the kitchen, it’s the Chief Fermin Azkue. Originally from Venezuela, this chef who has traveled a lot, offers us a refined Japanese cuisine worthy of the greats tables in which he stopped, all with a touch mediterranean. As a true enthusiast french techniques, the chef combines his know-how with products, particularly French, of quality. Slow-cooking at low temperature before going over the grill, everything is done to enhance the flavors of the raw materials.

Salvaje Paris, the sublime Japanese restaurant and festive cocktail bar with an African atmosphereSalvaje Paris, the sublime Japanese restaurant and festive cocktail bar with an African atmosphereSalvaje Paris, the sublime Japanese restaurant and festive cocktail bar with an African atmosphereSalvaje Paris, the sublime Japanese restaurant and festive cocktail bar with an African atmosphere

At Salvaje, it’s the Sushi Bar star. From Spicy Tuna to Salvaje Roll via the famous Rainbow, it’s up to you to discover. This is the ideal concept for a table to share. We also discover the nigiri and sashimi, the hosomaki and the specialties at Robata, the Japanese barbecue grill that you will love. For you the divine fish and meat with amazing aromas and just cooking. Note that at lunchtime, menus are offered ranging from 45€ to 65€.

At Salvaje, 3 bars open up to you. One on the side, in the restaurant and one on the terrace to chill in the sun or in the green.

Salvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphereSalvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphereSalvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphereSalvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphere

Salvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphereSalvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphereSalvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphereSalvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphere

Salvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphereSalvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphereSalvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphereSalvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphere

At the controls, it is the world size Borja Goikoetxea who signs the card creative cocktails of the House. For Salvaje Paris, the renowned mixologist has imagined a menu savage. Lhe Borja Goikoetxea menu plays on three levels: French-style aperitifs, classic cocktails and signature cocktails.

Among the signature cocktails, stand out the Ukiyo (gin, white chocolate, citrus, cream and a mixture of flowers and yuzu), perfect to harmonize with the Dynamite Roll; the Rino (Japanese gin, umeshu, apple and passion fruit), presented in a replica of the golden rhinoceros, the house’s trademark, or the ikigai (citrus rum, roasted pineapple, sesame, lulo and passion fruit mousse).

Salvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphereSalvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphereSalvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphereSalvaje, the new festive Japanese restaurant with an African atmosphere

Hand in hand with the chef Fermin Azkue, Borja Goikoetxea works his cocktails so that they can go well with the chef’s dishes.

In short, to spend a lively and trendy evening while enjoying good food accompanied by good homemade cocktails, you have the address!

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