Le Perchoir is back on the roof terrace of the BHV Marais
Once again this year again, Le Perchoir takes its summer quarters high up on the roof terrace of the BHV Marais and blows a breath of holiday air above the zinc peaks of the Haussmann-era buildings. And, this season, the surprise is total and the change of scenery guaranteed thanks to the duet of decorators called Les Autruches, who were inspired by the South African art of living.
Under the white canvases that billow like the sides of a tent planted in the middle of the bush you’ll find sofas and cushions dressed in ethnic fabrics, exotic wooden coffee tables and braided stools in bold colours, all serving to create a setting that will transport you to the southernmost tip of the African continent.
So your taste buds can travel along, Le Perchoir called on the services of the chef and ambassador of South African gastronomy, Kobu Botha, who, faithful to his roots, runs a Braai (barbecue) restaurant in Montreuil. On the menu are grilled meats such as pork ribs roasted at a low temperature for 5 hours, grilled chicken wings with piri-piri chili, and inspired cocktails that will definitely give you the taste of a summer full of flavours.
Le Perchoir Marais at BHV, entrance to 37 Rue de la Verrerie
Less than 20 minutes from the Hotel Fabric
Open Monday to Saturday from 20:15 to 1:30 and Sunday from 19:15 to 1:30
Photo: Le Perchoir x BHV - Paris