The NENI Paris restaurant is located directly opposite the Gare du Nord train station in the heart of Paris. Inspired by Persian, Arabic, French, and Russian influences, the Molcho family’s restaurant concept presents itself as a lively location where encounters and communication while sharing a meal and celebrating indulgent moments take centre stage. Served in Balagan style (pleasant chaos), everybody can sample a little of everything, like when enjoying a meal at a friend’s house.
Mon – Fri
7am - 10.30am
12pm - 2pm
6pm - 11pm
Sat + Sun
7am - 10.30am
6pm - 11pm
However, special rules still apply for visiting our restaurant. In some cases it is necessary to present a negative test or other proof upon arrival. Here we have briefly summarised what applies.
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