The d?cor at Apollo includes bright tables, multi-coloured
bubble lamps and curved mirrors all done in a very 70's way, but the menu is far from
being in the 70's, in fact it is more like the name - space age!
Situated in the 14th Arrondissement in the Montparnasse area this is most definitely a
family restaurant in Paris and they cater very
well for children, with activities such as face painting on a Sunday, plus a dedicated
There is also a bar where they even have
Happy Hours and you will find that Apollo is also very popular for meeting up with
friends, and combining fantastic world cuisine with prices that will not hurt the pocket,
it is a great place to eat out more casually than some other restaurants in Paris.
Just some of the dishes on offer include roast thick slice of "Label Rouge"
Quercy lamb with seasonal mushrooms, gnocchi and Parmesan cream, griddled "Label
Rouge" Scottish salmon, steamed green vegetables and sauce vierge, lamb's lettuce,
artichoke, smoked duck breast and vinaigrette with pine nuts, raw tuna in sesame and poppy
seed pastry, daikon salad, Kikkoman and much more.
This is no ordinary restaurant, but spacious, welcoming and inviting, and you will leave
the place wanting to go back again.
Restaurant Guide Key Points
The Apollo restaurant is open every day from noon until 3pm and then from 7pm through to
The Apollo Bar is open every day from noon until 3pm and then in the evening until
They have what is called a Formule Brunch for around 27 every Sunday from 11.30am to
On a Mondays to Friday but not on public holidays they have a set Lunch, 'orange' menu
which includes the dish of the day for approximately 15 and another set meal with
either a starter and main dish, or main and dessert for around 18
For dinner there is also a set 'green' menu available that includes a starter, main course
and a dessert for around 25
There is also a children's menu, which is around 13 and consists of a main course,
dessert and a 20cl drink., plus on a Sunday lunchtime they have activities for the
children such as face painting and colouring.
There is a 'Happy Hour' on a Monday to Friday from 4.30pm to 7.30pm and on a Sunday from
6pm to 11pm where cocktails are half price and you can get a pint of beer for the price of
They also hold entertainment shows on specific
days, such as a magician, so if you want to see some family entertainment, then it would advisable
to check the agenda.
There is no particular dress code and the Apollo restaurant is accessible to the disabled,
plus there is also WiFi access available.
The metro station is the Denfert-Rochereau.
Address & Contact Details:
3 Place Denfert-Rochereau
Telephone: 1 45 38 76 77
Fax: 1 43 22 02 15