The former Chacha Club created in 2008 was re-baptized Mona Lisa by the new young owner Jimmy Ribeiro in 2017. It then became known as Le Tribunal and has just undergone yet another name change. The restaurant section, revamped in a striking arty-chic-minimalist style, is now called Atria, while the bar-club still goes by Le Tribunal. We were comfortably seated in a beautiful dining room with all the glitz without the bling, decorated in pearly white and touches of gold like an atrium (an obvious nod to Ancient Greece) bathed in a play of light created by a vast mirror. The menu features a variety of dishes, mixing bistronomic fare with European flavors and Asian spices, making for an excellent meal with flawless service to boot. The knife-cut beef tartar (minced a tad too coarsely) with Thai sauce (€13) was accompanied by a small salad perfectly seasoned with delicate Asian flavors. Another nice surprise was the incredibly tender chicken (€12) in a heady red curry and cilantro sauce with just the right amount of spice. Then came a flavorful XL rib-eye with sweet potatoes, fried onions, ginger and lemongrass (€27), followed by an excellent speculoos biscuit with chocolate ganache, candied ginger and a crunchy topping (€12). You can continue your night out at Le Tribunal bar-club, which is open until the wee hours of the morning.

Open Friday and Saturday from 8pm to midnight
Average price: €45


47, rue Berger, 75001 Paris Phone : 01 40 13 12 12
See itinerary
By David Richard and Manuel Mariani - Published the

You must like these following articles

Follow us on Instagram Follow @ParisCapitale