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Alcazar Bar and Restaurant in Paris

The Alcazar restaurant and bar is situated in a building that was once a royal tennis court back in the 17th century, then in the 18th century it became a printing house and from that was turned into the famous orchestral cabaret of Jean-Marie Rivière until the year 1990.

This wonderful site was then taken over by the world renowned Terence Conran in 1998, where he opened his very first restaurant outside of London in the heart of Saint-Germain des Prés area.

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The interior of the restaurant is modern and elegant with a glass roof that dominates along with a picture window that has the kitchen behind, where you can see the chef Guillaume Lutard and his team preparing your meal.

On the first floor there is the Mezzanine where you can dine in a more casual lounge style atmosphere, enjoy a drink at the bar and on certain nights of the week listen to music from the DJ, plus there is a private room for hire upstairs as well.

The chef Guillaume Lutard used to work at Haute cuisine restaurant in Paris called Taillevent and here at Alcazar he serves up delicious dishes ranging from seafood and classic French through to Mediterranean and English inspired dishes.

This particular restaurant situated in the 6th arrondissement of Paris has a wide variety of options for all budgets from set menu lunches and set menu dinners through to A la Carte and even a Sunday brunch, plus a menu specifically for children, which makes it very popular for a meal out with all the family.  There is also a different menu for whist dining in the large main dining room, compared to upstairs on the Mezzanine.

Some of the dishes on the menus may include shredded ray with ravigote sauce, grilled rib eye of beef with French fries and béarnaise sauce, Caesar salad with grilled king prawns, duck pâté with pistachio nuts, rack of lamb from Aveyron with aubergine and caviar, seafood platters, etc.

Restaurant Guide Key Points

Alcazar is open every day of the week for lunch from noon until 2.30pm and then for dinner from 7.00pm.  They close at 1am on a Sunday through to a Thursday and close at 2am on a Friday and Saturday.

The Lunch menu options are (2008):

20€ set menu with main course and coffee
26€ set menu with starter, main course, dessert and coffee
32€ set menu with starter, main course, dessert and coffee

The Dinner menu options are:

43€ set menu option with starter, main course and dessert or you can choose A la Carte.  For example items on the A la Carte include a sea food platter for two people is 96€ and includes 16 Oysters "Gillardeau" n°3, 1 crab, brown shrimps, whelks and winkles or a rack of lamb from Aveyron with aubergine caviar is 36€

The Sunday Brunch is only held in the main dining room of Alcazar and is a cost of 32€ for adults and 16€ for children.

The Mezzanine as we previously mentioned has a different menu and overlooking the restaurant below, it has a lighter, more informal feel, which is great for a relaxed dinner, or just enjoying a cocktail.

The Mezzanine, where you sit on big comfortable sofa and eat at a coffee table, has a set menu for dinner at 24€ and includes a main course and drink, for example, Scottish salmon with tataki and ginger or roast shoulder of lamb, thyme and beans from Tarbes.

Here the DJ's play until late from Wednesday through to a Saturday.

There is no particular dress code and the staff are able to speak in English, German, Spanish, Italian and of course, the obvious French language.

The nearest Metro station is the Odéon.

Address & Contact Details:

62 Rue Mazarine

Telephone: 1 53 10 19 99
Fax: 1 53 10 23 23

Alcazar Bar and Restaurant

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