Boco French Bistrot

Boco is a French bistrot not like the others. Actually it is quite different from the others. The Ferniot brothers, Simon and Vincent, made one of their dreams come true: create a place where people can eat great, healthy food simply and easily.

At Boco a nice brigade of Michel starred chefs are invited to create special recipes that end up in jars!

Beautiful to see and good to eat. Some options are also gluten free. I was very happy to go and taste them.

I chose Anne-Sophie Pic’s Parmentier veal breast confit, home-made potatoes purée and plum chutney. Eating it I thought, this is simply perfection. All the ingredients, flavours and different consistencies so perfectly balanced. The veal was delicious and so tender. Bravo!

Before rushing back to work, I had dessert and I chose Christophe Michalak’s apricot pudding with pistachio cream. I loved digging in: first a soft silky pistachio cream, then a pistachio cake and finally caramelised apricot. It was delicate and intense at the same time. I liked it very much.

One other thing that I like about Boco is that you can find it also at the Orly West airport. I have to say that I personally love airports very much and when I know that I can find such great food there, my pleasure just doubles.

Next rendez-vous with Boco at Orly then!

Boco French Bistrot

3 rue Danielle Casanova
75001 Paris
Tel. +33 (0)1 42 61 17 67


Opening hours

Monday to Sat
11 am- 10 pm
Closed on Sunday





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