A throw stone from the Louvre museum and the Tuileries gardens,
Flottes is an Art Nouveau brasserie owned by the same family from the beginning.
Traditional brasserie food and specialities from Auvergne, Centre of France.
Warm and professional staff. Highly recommended.
2 rue Cambon - Paris 1er
This true bastion of parisian dinning located at Place des Ternes is as flamboyant as it was in the 1930's, has managed to remain youthfull, vibrant and warm.
Its refined Art Nouveau Deco boast century.
Old mosaics and chandeliers of St Louis crystal.
La Lorraine is also synonymous with one the most impressive seafood tables in Paris.
2 Place des Ternes - Paris 8e
Art Deco spot accross from the bourse ( stock exchange ). Lively brasserie, perfect for an after show dinner. French brasserie specialities.
Large, animated and very Parisian brasserie located a step away from the Champs-Elysées.
This restaurant offers a good brasserie cuisine in a beautiful 1930’s setting with a piano bar.
Near Place Victor Hugo, you will find Stella. it has been renovated without losing its superb tone of excellence.
A contemporary brasserie recently bought by the Costes Brothers. Nice terrace on the Trocadero, a stone throw away from the Eiffel tower. Revisited brasserie dishes, trendy ambiance and loung music. Walking distance from the hotel and non stop service from 7.30 AM to midnight.
With its gorgeous Art Deco rooms, this long-running seafooder in the 16th is still a treasure for its classic and irreproachable plates of sea food, smoker salmon and French caviar.
Casual Café with traditional French Cuisine. Decoration "1900". Moderate prices.
Magnificent brasserie where waiters “à l’ancienne” carry superb platers of sea products and Alsacian specialties.
Authentic Art Nouveau decoration.
Ideal for dinner after a show at the Opera Bastille.