The owner arranges lots of different types of entertainment for
you to enjoy such as magicians, singers, comedians, cabarets, drama, opera singers, imitators
and plenty of other quality artistic performances and shows to keep everyone enthralled.
The Marc Mittone restaurant is situated in the 1st arrondissement of Paris, between the shops of Les Halles area and famous museums in Paris, such as The Louvre, with the food on offer being French
cuisine. It is traditional, yet a style of refined home cooking, incorporating some
of the original recipes from the owner's Grand-mother and is a great place to go,
especially after walking around all day, as you can order a reasonably priced meal with
larger than average portions.
Some of the dishes served here are delights such as terrine of foie gras with muscat, wild
snails in butter garlic, an assortment of ham, sausage and pate, true Andouilette sausage
of France, simmered ox cheek with pasta, blanquette of veal with rice, beef steak with
sautéed potatoes, roasted figs in caramel 'Mitonne's style' and a large profiterole with
hot chocolate sauce, just to name a few.
Restaurant Guide Key Points
The Marc Mitonne restaurant in Paris is
open on a Tuesday through to a Saturday, but is closed on a Sunday and Monday.
It opens at 6pm and closes at 2am.
You can order a main dish from 16 an assortment of French cheeses for 8 and a
starter and dessert from 18.
It is suitable for all the family and there is no particular dress code.
The Marc Mitonne Restaurant also caters for Stag and Hen night parties plus other types of
parties such as for birthdays and they can even arrange extra entertainment and limousine hire.
There is also the option of booking a large festive buffet for a party, which is a cost of
39 per person and includes an appetiser, a buffet, birthday cake and a quarter of
hillside d'Ardèche, which will last until one in the morning.
This restaurant in Paris can also be booked on nights and at a lunchtime when they are
normally closed and they do different special offers at different times and days.
For instance, if you went on a Friday evening, then there was a special, where you could
purchase a dessert and get the same one again for free, as many times as you could handle!
The nearest Metro station is the Louvre-Rivoli.
Address & Contact Details:
60 Rue de l'Arbre Sec
Telephone: 1 42 61 53 16
Mobile: 6 99 80 00 75