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Qui Plume la Lune


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Nestled in the heart of the bustling Bastille neighborhood, Qui Plume La Lune is a perfect place for food lovers. The charming and simple decor creates a cozy atmosphere, perfect to relax in while discovering Chef Jacky Ribault's latest dishes.

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About this place

50 rue Amelot, 75011
Line 8 - Chemin Vert / Saint-Sébastien - Froissart

Tuesday : Closed
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Monday : Closed Tuesday : Closed Wednesday :
12:00 pm - 15:00 pm
19:00 pm - 23:00 pm
Thursday :
12:00 pm - 15:00 pm
19:00 pm - 23:00 pm
Friday :
12:00 pm - 15:00 pm
19:00 pm - 23:00 pm
Saturday :
12:00 pm - 15:00 pm
19:00 pm - 23:00 pm
Sunday : Closed

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Jacky Ribault was given his first star in February 2014 for his restaurant, after having worked with the best chefs, but also as a sales director, in several Parisian restaurants. Jacky’s dream was to have his own restaurant though, which became a reality after taking over an existing bankrupt restaurant. Qui Plume la Lune (“who plucks the moon”) was born, offering gastronomic cuisine with a soupçon of Japanese influence to not more than 24 guests per night. In line with his favorite movie (the same name as the restaurant), Jacky’s aim is to play with the real tastes of the ingredients.

Parisianist Fun Fact: Qui plume la lune? is the story of a person that sends soft as silk feathers to his family to take away their sorrow. The feathers are so white and beautiful, it is said they make the lives of others better.


No treatment, no pesticide, only natural. That is what Jacky aims for and exclusively uses fresh seasonal ingredients. “If there was a storm and therefore no fish on the market, he says, I will not serve fish on that day to my customers”. There is no menu here: all you need to do is tell the chef what you don’t like or if you have allergies, and everything from that point on is a surprise. You can choose between 3 types of meals: 4 course meal (€60), 5 course meal (85€) and a 7 course meal (120€). 


Qui Plume La Lune’s philosophy is easy: it’s a meal among friends. “When you invite friends over to your house, says Jacky, you do not ask them what they want to eat at the last minute”. The ambiance is therefore very friendly, yet perfect for an intimate conversation. Once you know your budget, your appetite and your preferences, you can simply drift away in the hands of the chef and his team. 


Dimmed lights, candles on the tables… everything is designed for an intimate moment, where lovers can whisper sweet nothings. Every day, fresh flowers are put in small vases and dispersed in the restaurant, which adds to the freshness of the venue and its intimate decoration. The space between each table is wide and therefore perfect for secret conversations… In this charming and mysterious universe, everything is about intimacy, secrets and romantic moments. 


The chef admits it himself : it’s the perfect place to propose or celebrate a wedding anniversary. Christiane Carrière, director of the movie Qui Plume la Lune? was one of the first people to succumb to the charm of this gastronomic restaurant.

Parisianist Fun Fact: Christiane Carrière surprised everyone when entering the restaurant one night. After a long conversation, they became friends which is still the case today.

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