Restaurant Le Frank 2015

Marxito

What do you get when a great chef opens a fast food restaurant? An eco-friendly lunch spot where the burger gives way to a fresh Japanese-Breton inspired creation. Something new just off the Champs-Élysées!
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Description

A TV star and champion of molecular cuisine, Thierry Marx is also a passionate opponent of junk food habits. Preferring action to speech, he decided to serve up his own take on fast food.

So Marxito was born at the end of 2018, on the edge of the Champs-Élysées, a real treasure for people strolling along “the most beautiful avenue in the world .” The place succeeds in combining local and organic (or eco-responsible) ingredients and inspired recipes, and where the “Marxito” replaces the burger:

two buckwheat galettes from the Breton tradition like Japanese dorayaki, filled with a completely original combinations, such as the vegetarian option mixing guacamole, red onions, pickles, tofu sauce and ginger. Everything can be taken away or enjoyed on site, in a minimalist pale pink setting designed by the French designer Ora-Ïto that really sets the place apart. The future of French street food? You’ll have to decide for yourself.

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Access and contact

1bis, rue Jean-Mermoz
75008 Paris 8ème

    Days and opening hours

    Every day throughout the year between 8 AM and 5.30 PM. Closed Saturday and Sunday.

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    Spoken languages

    • French
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