Have you ever tried Gua Bao? A dish straight out of Asian cuisine, which is making a splash in the world’s biggest cities!
Also called Bao Bun, these white buns of Chinese origin, traditionally steamed in a bamboo basket, are presented as the trendy sandwiches of the moment.
You will find the lotus leaf brioche, and many other exclusive dishes in the new counter of the moment, installed in the heart of the Marais, the restaurant Baobar Paris.
The latest addition to the MAMAHUHU team, Baobar invites you to discover an original and sensational cuisine with rich flavors from elsewhere. Roasted cauliflower, fried chicken gochujang, or black mullet with wasabi wakame are waiting for you, warmly!
Baobar is the latest addition to the Mamahuhu group founded by André Tan and Lucas Sauquet who own Panda Panda and Dumpling Queen. With its high-end concept and raw materials, the restaurant offers you a direct view of the kitchen, where the chef Joelle Karam will concoct quality dishes for you. So sit at the counter and let the magic happen!
The trump card of this place? A varied menu that allows you to juggle between vegetarian and meat choices, just the way you like it.
To start with, the menu lets you choose between several “small plates” with among others fish balls breaded with shrimps, cockles with shaxing wine or grilled tofu umeboshi. For the main course, how can you miss the Gua Bao? Available in 6 different versions, you have the option of topping it with marinated pork belly or barbecued portobello.
Spicy fried chicken, roasted sweet potato, or the French salad will also seduce you with original flavors and revisits, all accompanied by a natural wine and or a sake honored at the bar.
For dessert, let yourself be tempted by rice balls, a crunchy sesame rice paste coated with wakame sugar or a panna cotta sake, a crumble of muscovado sugar.
Let yourself be seduced by a relaxed atmosphere, and live a convivial moment thanks to the incomparable sweets of Baobar, in the Marais.
Baobar Paris, restaurant in the Marais
42 Rue Sainte-Croix de la Bretonnerie
Open from Tuesday to Saturday
12h00-14h30 & 19H00-22H15
Between 20 ≈ 30 euros
01 89 33 37 61