Only in Paris: chic fast food… or organic food that is fast

By Dian Hasan | June 6, 2009

eiffel-tower-daySeems like the Parisians always have a knack of touching everything with a dash of chic. And no one will doubt their ability, especially when it comes to food, even food that’s fast – pardon my French – I dare not say fast food. Here’s a look at how to say chic food that’s fast… in French, via Exki Restaurant.

From: Hoosta Magazine | November 8, 2008

restaurant-exki_ParisThe fast food is no longer synonymous with junk food, thanks to the restaurants Exki. At the beginning of this project? Three classmates who created a concept of quick quality restaurant, with fresh and natural products, any time of the day. The first restaurant Exki opened in Brussels on January 2001. Immediate success, the three friends decided to export their concept to Luxembourg, Italy and France.

The restaurant motto? Natural, fresh and ready to serve the customer as we would like to be served. The products are organic, the details of ingredients and nutritional values are transparent on each dish. Even the cleaning products are environmentally friendly (Ecovert), and 100% green electricity. More environmental awareness is good!

To test: the flutes with raisins and nuts (organic bread) as the “Romulus” on foam duck, organic fig jam, celeriac, carrot and parsley; triangles of bread (organic bread) as the “Cristano” carpaccio with vegetables, basil pesto and parmesan shavings. Yummy!

Open from Monday to Friday from 8am to 11:30pm. Saturday from 9am to 10:30pm.

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