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The best Israeli food in town for sure. You must make a stop at Mignon if you are in Paris. The concept is so well done, very well cooked dishes served in a pitta bred. You must try the lamb kebab pita or the chicken...salad. Even the side dishes are amazing, try the green beans (haricot verts). The prices are very reasonableMore
We went to try the beef bourguignon, but unfortunately, they were out. But the other things we did try, like the whole roasted cauliflower and lamb meatball pitas, were delicious. Price is decent for Paris and we were waited on and seated fairly quickly. Sauces...were great, and self-serve along with water.More
We found Miznon after reading reviews from Conde Nast. I was in the mood for Beef bourguignon and my vegan friend wanted the roasted cauliflower. My other friend wanted it all! The establishment is small and it seems that it can be overwhelming if you...are wanting to dine inside, because it is so busy. After experiencing Miznon, I would gladly wait for a seat again. I ordered the Beef bourguignon and roasted artichoke. My friends had the roasted cauliflower, Beef bourguignon pita and the ratatouille. Everything was fresh and delicious and simple! I loved the jalapeno salsa. It was the perfect spice! I do not know when I will return to Paris but I will definitely stop here again!More
The place is so noisy we couldn't hear anything. The portion is too small so there's no value for money. The food is OK, no more than that - we took kebab (which was OK) and a steak (which was bad).
I really don't recommand.
We shared the whole roasted cauliflower (MUST TRY), whole roasted sweet potato and the artichoke with tahini. Also got 2 pitas. We really loved this place, simple but fresh and amazing. We came here just before the lunch rush and got a great seat for...people watching. Great for vegetarians and those times that you want to tone the butter, frites and the amazing heavy braised meats down with in France. L'As du Fallafel is really close by if you want to try their felafel while you're in the area too (don't be put off by the long line, it moves fast!).More
They could remove the air of arrogance the staff have,
also thinking they can be rude about customers in Hebrew thinking they don’t speak or understand the language!
Now down to the food
Help your self to pita bread! Hmmm wait they only put out...the end off cut, if somebody orders a kebab in pita !
The main ingredient seems to be oil ! Enough to run a car on! The felafel was dry like the Sahara, the white beans. were swimming in a vat of oil too...
Very disappointed considering this place is not up to Eyal Shani standards !!!More
Very small and pretty crowded; off the beaten path in the Jewish quarter. Staff were all pleasant - they smiled at our French and spoke fluent English. The lamb Kebap was good, but the hands down winner is the Boeuf Bourguignon pita. This would also...be an amazing lunch spot for vegetarians.More
Never disappointed, always a good meal. The food is consistent and consistently good. Try the chicken salad, or the cauliflower. Go a little on the early side if you want to be guaranteed a seat - it gets very crowded
We came to miznon for lunch. The girl there was really rude with angry face all the time. They think they are doing you a favor for eating there. Dont wast even a minute there, paris is full of amazing places to eat in and...this one is definitely not one of themMore