Celery root with cream sauce at Milagro restaurant near the Eiffel Tower in Paris | Paris by Mouth

Milagro

In a neighborhood that isn't necessarily known for fresh flair, Milagro bears its miraculous name well. Steps from his popular Zia, which brought craft coffee and brunch to this street overlooking the Eiffel Tower, Chef Justin Kent (ex-Arpège and Agapé Substance) is serving a creative mashup of the New Mexican flavors of his childhood and the techniques gleaned from his French training. Think Peruvian bass ceviche with leche de tigre or a truly excellent celery root steak served with broccolini and a curried caper cream sauce. The unmissable sweet potato and chorizo croquettes are welcomely piquant and come topped with red onion pickle. Starters hang out in the 8- to 17-euro range, while mains hover around 25 to 30. At lunch, a prix fixe menu at (27 euros for two courses or 35 for three) is the perfect opportunity to take advantage of the atrium-style ceiling, which bestows lovely brightness onto the small space.

Practical Details

85 Avenue Bosquet, 75007

Open Tuesday-Friday for lunch & dinner, plus dinner on Saturday (closed Sunday & Monday)

Reservations online or at +33 9 54 50 83 31

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