Halfway between the Latin Quarter and Saint-Germain-des-Prés, this eatery is dominated from floor to ceiling by natural materials such as solid wood and varnished terra cotta: a real sanctuary where you can rediscover the true meaning of the act of eating, just as its creator Enrico Einaudi intended.
A former businessman who loves his food and is a committed vegetarian, Einaudi was drawn to the restaurant business by a profound frustration at the lack of eating places that successfully blended taste and ethics. Sense Eat aims to fill that void, while following the Slow Food philosophy, defending traditional local produce and promoting biodiversity.
It’s just one short step from plant to plate, with all the ingredients not only organic but sourced from Italian producers specially selected for their environmental credentials. The homemade pasta is, of course, the star attraction, with a gluten-free version available for those who fancy it.