World cuisine

Mexican gastronomy in the Golden Triangle

Recently opened, this upscale Mexcain restaurant offers a culinary and sensory journey for explorers looking for new sensations. This place quickly became a must-see for a very “8th arrondissement” clientele. The hostesses are dressed in sexy dress and a DJ creates a sound atmosphere conducive to relaxation. The two spaces, the Tequila Boys Club bar and the Yacátan restaurant, offer a universe full of mystery and surprises. The sophisticated and cozy decoration highlights the richness of Mexican culture. The menu is an invitation to explore the culinary legends of South America, and to discover a multitude of exotic flavours. The chefs highlighted Mexican specialities, twisted with brilliance and creativity. The menu is rich in colours and flavours, with dishes such as ceviches of bluefin tuna or sea bass, as well as dishes to share such as salad of spinach shoots, guacamole prepared on the table, tempuras of corn or shrimp and famous tacos. Carnivores and vegetarians will find something to satisfy their appetite from chicken on a spit to cauliflower steak. Sweet touches, such as piña colada and incredible churros, complete the meal perfectly. To accompany these exquisite dishes, Yacátan has made a selection of drinks from classic Mexican bars, revisited with a sophisticated and contemporary touch. Cocktails include Bloody Mary Mezcal, Spicy Margarita, Apricot Sour Whisky, Latin Tiki and South American Apple Vodka. Yacátan offers a compelling dining experience for those looking to expand their culinary horizons. This Mexican restaurant has everything to please those looking for a change of scenery a few meters from the Champs Elysées. From 11:00 pm, there is a festive dinner with dance floor until 2:00 am.

  • From 7pm to 11pm
  • Open daily
  • Average price: 80 €.


68, rue Pierre Charron, 75008 Paris Phone : +330176391405
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