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Le Repaire de Cartouche Bistro In Paris

Cartouche was the nickname for a legendary thief who roamed the Paris area in the 17th century and the Repaire de Cartouche restaurant is named after him, as this was one of the places he stayed at before he was caught and then executed.

This cosy wooden panelled bistro that is set on two floors actually has two different entrances, one which is at 99 Rue Amelot and the other is at 8 Boulevard des Filles du Calviers.

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Le Repaire de Cartouche Bistro In Paris

Le Repaire de Cartouche Bistro is very well known with the locals and a typical Paris family restaurant that has not been hit by the tourist trade as much as many of the other bistros in Paris.

Situated in the 11th arrondissement close to the Bastille this restaurant in Paris serves classic French cuisine that changes with the seasons depending upon what fresh produce is available.  You can always expect to have pork and poultry dishes on the menu and they supply other specialities that change with the times of year, with dishes such as monkfish in a mushroom sauce and other delights like green bean salad, or how about having wild boar steak with a side order of salad.

They supply a set menu on a weekday for lunch, but on a Saturday it is only an A la Carte menu, but whichever you decide, you know that you will come away enjoying the meal and accompanying wine without breaking the bank.

Restaurant Guide Key Points

This bistro is closed on Sunday and Monday and during August.

The opening hours are from noon until 2pm for lunch and from 7.30pm through to 11pm for dinner.

The average cost is 25€ for a complete lunch menu with three courses and the A la Carte menu is approximately 35€ upwards not including drinks.

This restaurant is suitable for all the family and is far more casual than many other places where you could eat out in Paris and therefore there is no particular dress code either.

Reservations are highly recommended for both lunch and dinner, as it is extremely popular, especially with the Parisians and if you do not book, you could end up having a long wait for a table or even disappointed.

The nearest Metro stations are either the St Sebastien Froissart or the Filles de Calvaire.

Address & Contact Details:

Le Repaire De Cartouche
8 Boulevard des Filles du Calvaire

Telephone: 1 47 00 25 86
Fax: 1 43 38 85 91

Le Repaire de Cartouche Bistro

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