Baieta, tartare de daurade ratatouille niçoise beignet de courgette confite


Welcome to Julia Sedefdjian's restaurant in the historic Latin Quarter of Paris. The starry promise of sunny cuisine.

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Talented and passionate, Julia Sedefdjian has become a figure of the French Gastronomy, thanks to her star that has made her the youngest starred chef in France. With her two partners, Sébastien Jean-Joseph and Grégory Anelka, she has just opened Baieta (a kiss in Nice patois), her first restaurant, located on the left bank near the Saint-Germain-des-Prés district.

It will seduce you with its elegant and uncluttered decoration, its large fresco signed Frédéric Agid and its rum cellar. A warm and welcoming place in tune with the owner's image and her cuisine.

For the surprise is above all in the plate with a profusion of flavours that take us to the shores of the Mediterranean sea. A comforting and imaginative cuisine like her flagship dish, Bouillabaieta, a bouillabaisse revisited and accompanied by rust and croutons. Monkfish, Saint-pierre, scorpion fish and squid splash happily in a fish soup. A delight!

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Access and contact

5 Rue de Pontoise
75005 Paris 5ème

    Days and opening hours

    Every day throughout the year between 12 pm and 10.30 pm. Closed Monday and Sunday.



    Spoken languages

    • French
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