Guests staying at the Hôtel de la Tour Maubourg may be visiting Paris, but that does not mean that they should not also get the chance to taste the flavors of the Mediterranean. They can do just that at a cozy and authentic restaurant located nearby on the Boulevard de la Tour Maubourg. This restaurant is called Pasco, and it has become one of the neighborhood’s favorite restaurants by blending traditional French and Mediterranean flavors in order to create dishes that are both innovative and delicious.
When they first enter the restaurant, diners will be charmed by the rustic stone walls that welcome them into this unique setting. Other decorative touches, like weaved baskets and exposed ceiling beams, will make diners feel as if they have stepped right into the South of France.
And charming decor is not the only thing that Pasco has to offer. Its Southern French dishes will also delight, as diners choose courses from a diverse menu.
Dishes include starters like tomato mousse with salmon eggs and pesto as well as duck confit with foie gras. For the main course, diners can order foie gras risotto, red tuna tataki, and roast lamb with goat cheese and olive purée — among other things. To finish the meal, Pasco offers tempting desserts such as an exotic fruit salad with lychee-rose foam, chocolate cookies with M&M cream and the traditional French Poire belle Hélène.
From beginning until end, Pasco provides an authentic experience that offers something different from the chic and trendy bistros lining the streets of Paris. For visitors who want to take a little trip to the South of France, this restaurant is a must.