Kebabs, pizzas, burgers, donuts or poke bowls, with Suprem there are seven restaurants in the same place

Suprem Food Court opened this fall in the heart of Cnit and offers seven restaurants, including a Quick, in a single location.

Street food invites itself to Cnit. Suprem Food Court opened last fall in the heart of Cnit and offers seven restaurants in one location. Inspired by the concept of a dark kitchen, Suprem is home to Oh my Poke (poke bowl), Luks Kebab (kebab), Aloy thai (Thai cuisine), Ponpon café (mochi donuts), Vinny’s Pizza (pizza), Hite (Korean) cuisine ) and Quick, which returns to La Défense after its demise in 2019.

But how does Suprem work? The Food Court offers each of the restaurants a partially equipped kitchen. Unlike dark kitchens where customers are not allowed, Suprem is open to everyone. Two reception rooms are freely available for booking. The first, equipped with six touch control terminals, is located directly in Cnit, at the entrance to the Hilton hotel. Access to the second, equipped with four terminals, is from Place Carpeaux.

Suprem Food Court is home to seven restaurants, including a Quick, in one location –

To order, everything is done via one of the terminals or on the Suprem website. Payment can be made by credit card or cash at the ATM. Suprem also offers deliveries with Uber Eats, Deliveroo or Just Eat. At the moment, it is not possible to eat on site, but some tables should be installed in the coming months, says Suprem.

Suprem Food Court is open every day from 11am to 10pm (and even a little later for deliveries). But beware, unlike Quick, not all restaurants are open all day.

Suprem Food Court has two places for orders –

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