Located right in the heart of Paris, a unique restaurant is enchanting diners with its innovative twists on classic Italian cuisine. The Mori Venice Bar brings its vision of Italy to the 2nd arrondissement, which means that guests staying at the Hôtel Louvre Marsollier are ideally placed for a chic dinner at this restaurant.
Like its name suggests, the Mori Venice Bar takes its decorative and culinary inspiration from the beautiful city of Venice. This means that visitors to Paris can take a little excursion to Italy without even boarding another plane. The restaurant is owned by Massimo Mori, a famed restauranteur who has already launched successful venues like the Emporio Armani Caffé on the Boulevard Saint-Germain. Now, Mori lends his magic touch to the 2nd arrondissment with the Mori Venice Bar.
On the menu, diners can expect to find starters like ravioli stuffed with cheese, white asparagus and pistachio as well as sea bass carpaccio with extra virgin olive oil and artichokes. For the main course, diners can choose from dishes such as veal served with a Byzantine spice mix, dried fruits and truffled mashed potatoes; lemon- and cardamom-accented whole sea bass, served with roasted white asparagus; or classic Venetian fried fish, scampi, calamari and smelt.
Of course, an Italian meal would not be complete without a delicious Italian dessert, and the Mori Venice Bar does not disappoint. As a unique touch, the emphasis is on coffee at this restaurant. As a result, desserts include a selection of miniature pastries, served with Espresso Illy coffee or a macchiato served hot or cold.
No matter what dishes diners decide to try, they will be glad that they were able to get a taste of Venice at the Mori Venice Bar.