In the heart of Ramey Street, known for its festive vibe, Pagaille has emerged as a restaurant with French and Mediterranean accents. Aurélie Cren, Dorian Besson, and Fabien Gavard-Gaton wanted to create a convivial living space in Pagaille, reflecting their shared passion for partying and gastronomy. The warm and casual atmosphere of their restaurant recalls the heydays of La Butte, with welcoming service and large tables. The restaurant spans two rooms, the first a mezzanine with a bar overlooking the second, which houses the open kitchen. The decor, envisioned by studio Chayeb & Paradis, combines a summery aesthetic, noble materials, and warm colors like terracotta and sand yellow. Dynamic murals by Pablo Grand Mourcel complete this lively and festive setting. In the kitchen, chef Louis Robergeau, formerly of Mauro Colagreco at Mirazur in Menton, offers spontaneous and inventive bistro cuisine. Influenced by Italian, French, Portuguese, and Spanish cuisines, he presents dishes with sometimes surprising pairings, including perfect pork polpettes (€8) as an appetizer, an amusing muge ceviche with pil-pil sauce, leche de tigre, and ‘nduja (€12), an original beef ragù, winter vegetable bolognese, salt-marinated sardine, and flat-foccacia (€22), and for dessert, a “not-panettone” with whipped chestnut cream, soaked sponge cake, and candied oranges (€12). Pagaille also commits to a responsible gastronomy approach, with a special focus on fermentations and creative use of food surpluses, such as turning bread into ice cream.

  • 12pm to 2:30pm and 7pm to 11pm
  • Open daily
  • Average price: €45.


46, rue Ramey, 18th Phone : 09 78 80 89 42
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