Eels

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Practical Information

Address: 27 Rue d’Hauteville, 75010
Hours: Open Tuesday-Saturday from 12:30-14:00 and from 19:30-22:00.
Telephone: +33 (0)1 42 28 80 20
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What people are saying

  • The Financial Times (2018) Nicholas Lander says that his lunch “delivered everything I look for in a meal anywhere: the kind of hospitality I would expect from someone in their own home combined with ultra-professional cooking of straight-forward ingredients.”
  • Le Monde (2018) François Simon calls this a serene spot, noting that chef Adrien Ferrand undoubtedly earned that characteristic alongside his mentor William Ledeuil from Ze Kitchen Galerie. He calls it a sort of comfort food, with plates that are brilliantly balanced and service that is friendly and efficient.
  • Le Fooding (2017) says that Eels “ticks off all the necessary boxes for a Parisian faubourgeois affaire: polished recipes, well-sourced ingredients, unadulterated wines and zero nonsense.” They rave about a dish of smoked eel with licorice-infused browned butter and the wines selected by Félix le Louarn.
  • Alexander Lobrano (2017) calls Eels the best new table of the rentrée “due to the superbly witty, inventive and assured cooking of chef Adrien Ferrand.” He praises the front-of-house staff for delivering “a flawless and charming service experience around the outstanding cooking of Adrien Ferrand.”
  • L’Express (2017) raves about the signature dish with “small sections of lightly smoked fish, hazelnut butter and hazelnut chips for the roundness, a touch of liquorice for spicy sweetness, shoots of oxalis and green apple for freshness.”
  • FAQs About Our Food Tours

    Here are some answers to frequently asked questions about our food & wine tours. Feel free to send an email to tasteparisbymouth@gmail.com with any other questions or concerns!

    Dietary Restrictions

    There’s this thing I don’t eat… will I still enjoy the tour?

    To all our vegetarian, paleo, pregnant, kosher and diabetic friends: have no fear! There are so many different tastes on the tour that if you skip one, you’ll still have plenty to enjoy. Our tours all feature a similar proportion of the major French food groups (bread, raw milk cheeses, charcuterie, chocolate, pastry, wine), so there isn’t one route that will be better or worse for you. If you describe your situation when booking, we’ll do our very best to ensure that you’re happy and full.