In terms of flavor (and actual heat!), Comer might be the best Mexican in Paris. It’s fast casual, with bright lights, high stools, and not a lot of incentive to linger. But you can book online to ensure a spot, and they have options for vegetarian, vegan and gluten free diners. Its location near the train stations at Gare du Nord and Gare de l’Est make it an ideal quick bite before or after a journey. For those who live here and miss good Mexican, chef Carlos Moreno sells his tortillas and sauces to go.
OUR PHOTOS OF Comer
IN OTHER WORDS
- Le Fooding “Mexican chef Carlos Moreno… decided to settle down with his tortilla press in tow at this spot with less than loco decor (immaculate walls, blonde wood details, a white tiled bar). From his laboratory that opens out onto the dining room, he dabbles in popular dishes inspired by fondas mexicanas. For us, the other day: roasted leeks topped with jocoque (a sort of Hispanic labneh) and macha sauce; spicy red kuri squash smothered in mole; impressive shredded beef tamed by a quality tortilla; and finally, a simplistic yet still exquisite chocolate flan for dessert.”