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Mori Venice Restaurant And Bar In Paris

Mori can be translated as manure and represents the people of Byzance that invaded the Venetian Lagoon every half century with a goal of looting and terrorising the population including the women.  It is the children born out of these forced relationships that were surnamed Mori and the founder of this restaurant is the Italian called Massimo Mori and his son Celine.

Massimo originally decided to learn the art of gastronomy but became a wine merchant for Italian wines, yet he realised that there was a real need for true Italian ingredients within Paris and he decided to create a society named Pasta Sirio providing fresh pastas and other Italian products.

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Mori Venice Bar In Paris

With the collaboration of several brands like Lenotre, Portel & Chabot, Dalloyau and Marchetti, Italian cuisine was introduced at Disneyland Paris and Lafayette Paris.  But then when an old drug store in Paris was purchased by Giorgio Armani, who decided he wanted a restaurant in the shop, Giorgio enlisted the help of Massimo Mori, and since then the Emporio Armani Cafe has become one of the best Italian restaurants in Paris and Massimo was recognised as the best head waiter in France in 2002.

Yet even though the Emporio has been a great success, Massimo still wanted another challenge to run his own restaurant and after much searching came across Bon 2, which was associated with the designer Phillippe Starck.  He took over the place in the October of 2005 to have a chic Venetian atmosphere and upon its opening on the 20th January 2006 was renamed the Mori Venice Bar.

The revival of this Paris restaurant, which is situated in the 2nd arrondissement on the Right Bank of the River Seine near to the Paris Stock Exchange, has become a great success with its sumptuous Venetian specialities but is also classed as a wine bar as well.

You will dine in a sleek modern interior with a neutral colour scheme that features Murano chandeliers and mirrors, unadorned wood panelling and a rare collection of Venetian vases in a very minimalist setting.

And with the collaboration of the fantastic chef and his team who utilise fresh produce directly imported from Venice you can experience traditional Italian cuisine with dishes such as tripe in cream sauce, veal tripetta, spaghetti in clam sauce, grilled polenta with salted cod, gnocchi in meat ragu, barlotti beans with onions, etc.

Your lunch or dinner at the Mori Venice Bar will also comprise many seasonal specialities that are enriched with historical stories and the true traditional flavours you would expect, plus you will find a great selection of Italian wines to put those final touches to your meal.

A warm welcome awaits at this cosy yet friendly Venetian restaurant and wine bar, although do bear in mind that the prices are reasonably expensive, however, the prices are probably reflected due to the fact that they were awarded the International Restaurant of the Year in 2007 and 2008 by the renowned Pudlo Paris restaurant guide.

Restaurant Guide Key Points

The Mori Venice Bar is open on a Monday to Friday from noon through to 3pm and then from 8pm through to 11.30pm.

On a Saturday this Italian restaurant in Paris is only open from 8pm through to 11.30pm, but closed on a Sunday.

You will find that this particular place to eat out in Paris is frequented by business people, stars, people in show business and the fashion industry, so as you can imagine, the dress code is smart chic.

It is also a great place if you are dining alone, as you can actually have your meal served at the bar, but reservations are required.

The nearest Metro station is the Bourse

Address & Contact Details:

Mori Venice Bar
2 Rue du Quatre Septembre
Ile de France

Telephone: 1 44 55 51 55

Mori Venice Bar

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