Have you been to Ibrik Café? Make sure you add it to your bucket list now because it is wonderful! Authentic Greek yogurt, homemade granola, falafel, genuine Turkish coffee and more will welcome you there.
We are always on the lookout for delicious new spots in Paris and Ibrik did not disappoint. We went twice in 2 days!
On both occasions, we were greeted by the warm smile of the owner, Cathy. We learned in this article by David Lebovitz that she is Romanian. The chef is Palestinian chef Ruba Khory who grew up in Dubai. Before becoming the chef at Ibrik Café, she worked at Yam’Tcha and Septime.
Try the genuine Turkish coffee!
The first time we popped into Ibrik, we enjoyed a traditional Turkish coffee along with gorgeous homemade granola and thick and creamy Greek yogurt topped with fresh raspberries. We also tried a chocolate-halva cookie. Everything was spectacular.
What is Ibrik coffee?
“Ibrik” is a metal pot used to brew traditional Turkish coffee. The result is a thick, deep coffee that is rich in flavor.
What else did we try?
The ambiance in the café is meant to inspire sharing. On our second Ibrik date, we decided to try the Middle Eastern mezze. The menu is focused on these mezze – a selection of Middle Eastern dishes that are meant to be shared.
The lovely little room upstairs is filled with plants and cushions and makes you feel like you have been invited to eat tasty dishes in someone’s home. We sat up there on our second visit and enjoyed fried halloumi, hummus and pitas.
The falafel was divine!
What are you favorite spots to go out to eat in Paris? Share them with us in the comments below! ♥
43 rue Lafitte
Open Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 5pm and Saturday, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm.
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