Other wines they have on offer include Loire Valley wines and wines from Burgundy, but the white Sancerre is the most popular
and goes extremely well with the oysters that they serve, although the red served is great
with the sausages and pate.
You will also find that unless it is a tourist type bar, most wine bars in Paris open early in the day and also
close early, especially if they have a more local clientele, and this is to accommodate
the French workers, as it is customary to have a glass of
wine before they go to work and Le Sancerre Wine Bar is no exception!
Le Sancerre is situated in the 7th arrondissement of Paris
and is just across the street from the famous Art Nouveau building and its phenomenal
facade, but do not get this mixed up with another place called Sancerre, which is in a
completely different area of Paris.
This particular wine bar serves simple dishes such as quiche, fresh oysters, salads,
andouillettes, which are a type of French sausage and their most popular dishes of
omelettes with a variety of ingredients that can be added such as mushrooms, ham,
etc. But in the winter, you may well find stews on the menu and due to the fact that
the owner is a keen hunter, there is game on the menu when the occasion arises.
Wine Bar and Restaurant Guide Key Points
Le Sancerre Wine Bar is open on a Monday to Friday from 8am through to 4pm and evenings
and on a Saturday from 8.30am through to 4pm, however it is closed on a Sunday.
The cost for a glass of wine is around 4 upwards and you can have a nice meal for
around 10 upwards.
There is no dress code and is suitable for all.
The nearest Metro station is the Alma-Marceau.
Address & Contact Details:
Le Sancerre - Wine Bar
22 Avenue Rapp
Telephone: 1 45 51 75 91