Although the food is generally French cuisine it has a bit of a
twist with different spices and a more inventive touch yet with subtle flavours that can
be enjoyed either inside or out on the terrace when it is a nice day.
The Baz'Art Cafe is situated close to the Saint Paul Village with its arched passageways,
stone streets and numerous antique shops in the 4th arrondissement of Paris and is a great place to relax with some good
quality and reasonably priced cuisine before venturing to another place like the Bastille, which is also only a short walk
This cafe in Paris is popular both with
the locals and tourists for its friendly atmosphere, pleasant staff and the subtle
background music that will accompany your meal such as a delicious swordfish steak.
Plus it is a place that has an ever changing menu incorporating fresh produce, where you
can even enjoy a Sunday brunch.
Restaurant Guide Key Points
The Baz'Art Café is open daily from 7.30am right through to 2am plus there are English
They have a free WiFi hot spot and newspapers to peruse.
Although this cafe style bistro in Paris
is popular especially with the locals, there is no need to make a reservation, just turn
up and enjoy.
And from that comment you have probably gathered that there is always a very mixed type of
clientele and no dress code, you go as you are.
The menu is an approximate price of 25 and they also have a good selection of wines and other beverages.
The nearest Metro station is the Bastille.
Address & Contact Details:
36 Boulevard Henry IV
Ile de France
Telephone: 1 42 78 62 23