Mediterranean tapas with a Gallic twist
The bistro concept of affordable, unpretentious food is taken on by Sensi at this locale in the Gothic Quarter, and elaborated to near perfection.
With its dark wood floors, exposed brickwork, rustic tabletops and crimson walls, the restaurant’s decor creates a homely atmosphere in which to enjoy the kitchen’s offer of Mediterranean tapas, with a soupçon of Gallic goodness sprinkled in.
Stand outs on the menu include potato and zucchini tortilla with rosemary emulsion; fried squid, sweet potato puree, lemon vinaigrette and kimchi sauce; fillet of beef with red wine reduction and mashed potatoes; and prawn risotto flambéed with Cointreau. If that doesn’t get your mouth watering then book an appointment at the doctor’s to check your saliva glands.