Situated on a side street close to Boulevard Saint Germain and in
the other direction, close to Pont Neuf and the River Seine,
located in the 6th Arrondissement, this restaurant
in Paris serves up traditional French cuisine
classics such as coq au vin, snails, frogs legs, roast duck with olivies, foie gras, and
cassoulet to name but a few.
Eating out here also comes with a very reasonable price tag, especially for this part of
France and you will be pleased not just with the quality, but with the portions that are
served, which is definitely a far cry from the gourmet restaurants in Paris that, although have
delicious food, can sometimes feel like you need to eat again afterwards!
Restaurant Guide Key Points
The opening hours are Monday to Saturday from noon until 3pm for lunch and from 7.30pm
through to 11pm for dinner.
It is closed on a Sunday and for around three weeks in August.
Reservations are required, as this is still a very popular place to eat out.
This bistro is suitable for all the family and even dogs are allowed.
The lunch menu is approximately 25 upwards, although there are main courses that you
can have on their own which are less, but the A la carte menu is upwards of around
The nearest Metro stations are either the St Michel or the Odéon.
Address & Contact Details:
41 Rue St André des Arts
Telephone: 1 43 26 48 23
Fax: 1 46 33 04 02