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Oktobre restaurant in Paris

Oktobre is the new name of Kitchen Galerie Bis (KGB) and a new beginning for chef Martin Maumet. Maumet worked for William Ledeuil as associate chef of KGB before purchasing the restaurant to install himself as chef-owner. Much of the team from KGB remains intact, including sommelier and dining room manager Romane Laignel. You can read our full review at the link below.


25 Rue des Grands Augustins, 75006
Open Tuesday to Saturday for lunch & dinner
Closed Sunday & Monday
Reservations online or at +33 1 46 33 00 85

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  • Le Fooding (2023) “While the dining room has undergone a cozy transformation (untreated wood, caramel-colored zellige tiles, stripy upholstered banquettes), the kitchen follows the same adventurous footsteps as the previous regime: titillating steamed shitake ravioli, to slit open under a quilt of cabbage and mussels in a creamy green curry; an eye-catching piece of grilled veal flanked by peppers and wilted shiso, doused in a reduction and seasoned with apricot and shiso-corn condiments, plus some punchy homemade zaatar to boot.”
  • Eater (2023) “Young chef Martin Maumet has created one of the best restaurants on the Left Bank with his nervy, vivid, and inventive French cooking. A meal in the minimalist, gallery-like space begins with an assortment of hors d’oeuvres and then segues into a suite of Asian-accented contemporary French dishes that showcase vegetables and seafood.”
  • The Fine Wine Review (2023) “With the exception of the brownie mignardise and espresso, which were ordinary, everything was superb — there were complex sauces with everything, but they worked to amplify and play against the main ingredient. All ingredients were high quality. This is definitely a place to return.”


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