World cuisine


In Paris’ Latin Quarter, Calice emerges as a modern culinary refuge, capitalizing on an innovative concept that combines a commitment to locally sourced products with carefully selected natural wines.

Executive Chef Chikuda Kazuma, known for his culinary expertise rooted in his Japanese heritage, brings an authentic flair to his shareable plates. The menu offers a delicate fusion of French tapas and Japanese influences, such as root vegetable tempura (€13), veal sweetbread karaage (€24), and an original Mont Blanc millefeuille with black fruits, chestnuts, meringue, and shiso ice cream (€14), all prepared with impeccable technical mastery. A majestic Italian granite counter dominates the entrance, inviting guests to taste at the bar, while a glass-roofed back room creates a cozy atmosphere perfect for group meals or casual dates. Designed by the O.S.H firm, the decor mixes simplicity with natural and sustainable materials, creating a warm ambiance. However, the true highlight is the restaurant’s terrace, an unparalleled urban retreat devoid of motor traffic and adorned with fountains, offering 70 seats. This popular spot from the first sunny days allows guests to enjoy al fresco dining in a peaceful and sunlit setting. Sommelier Thomas Legrand enhances the experience with a meticulous selection of natural wines, reflecting his love for French terroir and respect for independent producers. Lunch menus at €28 (main course + starter or dessert) and €34 (starter + main course + dessert).


  • Service from Tuesday to Sunday: 12pm to 2pm and 7pm to 10pm.
  • Average price: €60.



5 Rue de Bazeille, Paris 5th Phone : 09 81 11 72 78
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