Le Bouillon is located half way between the "Grands Boulevards" and "Bourse" metro stops. A brasserie and wine bar, it is just next to the Passage des Panoramas, the oldest covered walkway in Paris. Refurbished from top to bottom by interior decorator Sylvie Hakim, the establishment offers a brand new panoramic terrace, with a pleasant view of the neighbourhood life: workers from the financial district, coin and stamp specialists, local residents and tourists of all kinds. Inside, the décor recaptures the Paris of times gone by. Large mirrors, a big Belle Epoque style zinc bar... with homage to Art Nouveau, especially Klimt, and to cubism with Mondrian.
The chef, Philippe Lévêque, an habitué of Michelin-starred addresses, worked for 17 years alongside Jean-Pierre Vigato at L'Apicius. Here, he has created a nostalgic menu of classic brasserie favourites. Homemade shepherd's pie, head of veal, beef Bourguignon, andouillette sausage, French toast, traditional rice pudding... always fresh and seasonal, the cooking is unfussy and authentic, like the place itself. The wine bar is a genuine delight, offering forty wines to sample in a pleasant, friendly atmosphere. Visit for an aperitif, or later in the evening, and choose from a selection of grand crus and lesser known equally interesting wines.
There are Happy Hours every day, breakfast from 6.30am, a good cocktail menu, Paris style brunch on Saturdays, and service with a smile... what more could you want?
Near the famous Palace in the 9th district, a newcomer: Café h, a typical Parisian cafe in an original though.
Green lung in the heart of the city street Faubourg Montmartre at No. 5. You can see a nod to the floral bouquet launched in 1921 by the Chic-issime Parisian house. And what could be more pleasant than to sit and enjoy a planted terrace that has a storefront!
Led by Ludovic Laude, generous and friendly Boss, eat well, even very well ... a very good value, home cooking without fuss with fresh produce and a friendly team. Le Soir and especially at Happy Hour, discover cocktails concocted by the Boss himself.
Here Vegetal rhymes with Digital in an atmosphere revisited Pub on the first floor, games with augmented reality, will have fun ... you have not finished being surprised at Café h! H Be Be Happy ...
Located close to the Galeries Lafayette and Printemps Haussmann Corner Café, is "The new gourmet stop" inevitable Haussmann Boulevard at number 28.
Smart casual trend with its black & white awning on the grounds foot hen recognizable among all in the neighborhood.
Its favorable location close to Shopping Center makes it a favorite ritual Parisiennes and Parisians who wish to offer a shopping sequence before or after lunch.
The kitchen is homemade, delicious both classic and creative.
An art deco spirit updated, friendly and a warm comfortable terrace is open from Monday to Saturday from 7:00 am to 1am.
Karine Dupin and his team will receive you with kindness, smiles and attention.Welcome to Corner Haussmann ...
A new neighbourhood café, La Java's broad red façade is just behind the "Grands Boulevards", with the Palais Brongniart (Paris's Stock Exchange) over your shoulder, offering a lovely sunny terrace, from which to watch Paris's lively multicultural bustle.
Under bright neon lights, to a background of salsa, Kompa, rumba and reggaeton, La Java takes us on an exotic journey. South America in the blink of an eye... imagine yourself in Cuba or Buenos Aires! From the red and pewter bar to the velvet curtains, flamboyant wall seating and artfully placed mirrors: simple and yet sensual, Sylvie Hakim's decor creates just the right atmosphere. In the dining room and on the wide colourful terrace, a new regular clientele orders burgers and fresh French fries, tartares, club sandwiches and generous salads.
Before dinner drinks start at 5 pm here, Happy Hour style, with a delicious selection of cocktails shaken or stirred by the expert bartenders. Enjoy a Cuba Libre, Caipirinha, a languorous Tango Champagne or one of the excellent rum combos concocted by French Guianan manager, Serge Monin. Coconut, passion fruit-vanilla, or get yourself into shape with some "Medicine", the house specialty, made with ginger, richeria grandis, lemon and cane sugar. In the evening, the lighting is subtler, with candles on the tables, and La Java dances to a more romantic rhythm...
In the heart of the Gulf of Saint-Tropez, enjoy one of the most beautiful views of the village of Saint-Tropez and dive into the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean. The most luxurious yachts in the world are at anchor under your eyes ... Ideally located on the seafront at the entrance of Saint-Tropez, the restaurant La Bouillabaisse Plage offers a range of the best recipes of seafood. Private parking reserved to our clientele.
Here is a taste of Paris, a reflection of its essence, located on the Avenue de Friedland, in the Hausmann style, just opposite the luxurious Hôtel Napoléon, a former haunt of literary figures such as Hemingway, Steinbeck and Dali. A short walk from the Champs-Elysees, but protected from the crowds, the Café de Paris Friedland offers a perfect postcard view of the Arc de Triomphe.
Run by the charming Ludivine Cazoul and decorated by Sylvie Hakim, the bistrot section, under a large covered terrace, is in a chic, retro style, with old-fashioned signs, pedestal tables with marble tops and rattan chairs. However, inside, the restaurant breaks with tradition, with small lounge areas for a more intimate atmosphere, or round tables and red banquette seating for a "tête-à-tête"; for the Cafe de Paris Friedland also reflects the modern side of Paris. Like the exhibition of pictures by the photographer Vic, a young French woman based in New-York, which offers a quirky, poetic vision of the modern bistro. Whether you come for scrambled eggs for breakfast, a rib of beef, Caesar salad or burger with house fries for lunch, to share a Magnum of pink champagne for an aperitif, to sip a Mojito, or to try James Bond's "Vesper" cocktail, the key here is simply to relax and enjoy yourself...
The friendly welcome, discreet service from staff in black aprons, and the poetic atmosphere, make this the new, elegant address in Paris's Golden Triangle.
Oyez, Oyez! 'Drink always, you will never die' ...
Chinon and Rabelais are not far. For the story, Gargamelle was Gargantua's mom.
Fabrice Dupin, the boss is from Touraine. A nice nod to the Café Restaurant & Bar at La Gargamelle Wines, located rue Lafayette in the 9th arrondissement.
A bistro cuisine revisited to the taste of the day. An eclectic menu with fresh products and lots of flavors in a nice setting.
Two beautiful terraces overlooking rue Lafayette # 43 and rue des Victoires.
Deco side, a touch of tradition and modernity on a background of house spirit, marked by a warm welcome.
The service is smiling, fast, attentive.
You feel right now at the Gargamelle. You will not resist the salon on the 1st floor where it is good to go up for your appointments, your lunches and business dinners. Booking is recommended !
Everyone should find happiness in this establishment filled with charm and good humor ...
Welcome to La Gargamelle!