This small and charming restaurant in the 11th is a great stop for lunch after exploring the nearby Marché Aligre. So many people agree that you’ll need to book
a month six weeks in advance. It’s been seven years since Omar Koreitem and Moko Hirayama opened Mokonuts, and they only recently started accepting reservations. Book a table and delight in their dishes that seamlessly blend influences from France, Koreitem’s native Lebanon and Hirayama’s native Japan. If you can’t get a reservation, go early for breakfast and be sure to buy cookies to go. Or just privatize the whole place at night! They organize dinners for groups of up to 8 people, serving a five-course surprise menu for 70€ per person.
OUR PHOTOS OF MOKONUTS
Most recent visit (Meg Zimbeck)
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