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By Claire Sullivan

After gaining a cult following from his Au Passage days, chef James Henry’s Scandinavian-style plates and rock and roll den vibe are drawing hipsters and food industry folk to this hotspot.

Bones
43 Rue Godefroy Caviagnac
11th Arrondissement
+33 9 80 75 32 08

Australian chef James Henry has turned the Parisian dining scene on its head with his contemporary restaurant, serving pared back but carefully prepared dishes that are winning praise all over Paris. Playing up raw materials and approaching pedigreed ingredients in a noble, unpretentious way, here, you’ll find small plates of raw, seared, pickled, smoked or grilled fish, meat and vegetables that you’d be hard pressed to find on the plate anywhere else. Also on offer, a generous serving of lively music and youthful eastern Paris attitude.

 

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