L'Office restaurant in Paris | parisbymouth.com


Practical information

Address: 3 rue Richer, 75009
Nearest transport: Cadet (7), Grands Boulevards (8, 9)
Hours: Closed Saturday and Sunday; Open Monday-Friday for lunch and dinner
Reservations: Book a few days in advance
Telephone: 01 47 70 67 31
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What people are saying

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John Talbott (2014) “The newest chef, Konrad Ceglowski, is a master of protein with fruit and veggies… seduced, successfully, by the sauteed calamari with a creamy fennel sauce, zucchini and squid ink.  It was superb, no other word for it.”

Figaroscope (2011) “De jolies surprises dans des formules à prix doux : velouté de coco et lardo di Colonnata pour l’onctuosité, mariage détonnant de poulpe, os à moelle et citron, poulet tendre parfaitement rôti, girolles et panais. Une belle maîtrise qui s’affiche jusqu’au dessert…”

Alexander Lobrano (2011) “I was impressed by [former chef] O’Donnell’s technically impeccable and very personal Italian accented bistro cooking…This is a terrific little restaurant, though—and also an excellent buy for the money.”

John Talbott (2011) “…superbly priced lunch menus…the pork belly with tomato, egg and rocket and…the pulpo with bone marrow and lemon…were tasty, very tasty.”

Table à Décourvert (2011) “un style entre les irrésistibles tables du moment (Septime, Frenchie, Autour d’un Verre) et le bon vieil Office que l’on aimait…Allez-y!”






6 Replies to “Office”

  1. “a replacement who will start August 28th. Compagnon has done a great job bringing in interesting chefs and I for one will be there ASAP.”
    Well, said replacement, a Japanese chef who has passed through the kitchens of Bocuse, Piege, Barbot, etc is firmly in place and all is well on Rue Richer.

  2. Kevin O’Donnell will be leaving when the resto rests July 27th (going to seek his fortune on the Providence-Boston axis) and Charles Compagnon is looking for a replacement who will start August 28th. Compagnon has done a great job bringing in interesting chefs and I for one will be there ASAP.

  3. I came here for my final night in Paris as it was close my hotel and I’d read about it online. This place was AMAZING, probably the best dining experience I had anywhere in France.

    The guys working the floor/bar were SO lovely, very friendly (rare in my experience of French restaurants), happy to make recommendations, and talked about the food with obvious enthusiasm. And why not, when it’s this good?! I had the tuna entree, which was simple but bursting with flavour. Very fresh – just delightful. Followed this up with pork and then the brilliant strawberry/lemon tart with a basil ice. All fantastic, all promptly served and brilliantly presented, and all at a very reasonable price.

    Great atmosphere, and the guys were very accomodating, letting me eat at the bar without a reservation and not making me feel like a pariah for eating alone as so often happens. Can’t recommend enough!

  4. I just went for lunch with a friend here today and we both LOVED it! Some of the friendliest service in Paris with knowledgeable, passionate staff and the food was fantastic- especially great value lunch menu. A new fave.

  5. As a spur of the moment decision, a friend and I decided to try this place, since I live down the road and we wanted to get out to a good but inexpensive meal. We weren’t disappointed. The food was great, service friendly and general atmosphere of the place was lively and cozy. I personally loved the little touch of serving the bill in a book. I see myself landing up here quite often.

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