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Fish La Boissonnerie Bistro In Paris

Fish La Boissonnerie was opened in the late 1990's and is owned and run by New Zealanders and a Cuban-American, but you would never guess this until you hear them chatting with their typical friendly ex-pat manner, which is very helpful for the English speaking tourists!

Now as the name suggests, all types of fish and shellfish are on the menu, but the owners also run a wine shop called Paris La Dernière Goutte that is located just around the corner and hence the change of the P to a B in Boissonnerie, as poisson is fish in French and boisson is drink in French!

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Fish La Boissonnerie Bistro In Paris

Located in an old building that has low ceilings with rustic wood beams, which makes the interior feel cosy and inviting with a warm atmosphere, Fish la Boissonnerie is a reasonably small Wine Bar and Bistro that is situated on the Left Bank of the River Seine in the 6th arrondissement of Paris.

But before becoming a bistro it was actually a fish shop and to keep the memory of this, the facade has stayed the same with its tiled mosaics, which is still very apt considering that seafood is very prominent on the menu and is filled with specialities such as smoked salmon, shrimps, caviar, monkfish, steamed mussels, oyster beignets, etc.

However, they do provide other options for those of you that are not so keen on fish, such as duck breast Provencale, steak topped with foie gras accompanied by mashed potatoes with herbs, roast lamb and potato pancake, plus some delicious desserts if you can manage!

Popular both with the locals and tourists alike, the menu itself changes daily with what produce is available, so there is always going to be something different to tempt your taste buds, plus there are set menu options, an A la Carte menu and there are always daily specials written on the blackboard.

Obviously because Fish la Boissonnerie is also like one of the wine bars in Paris as well, with the very extensive wine list comprising not just French wines, but wines from all over Europe and a vast range of the wines being served by the glass, plus the daily specials for a very reasonable cost, this is yet another reason why it is so popular.

Serving both hold and cold dishes in generous portions from a really mixed style menu including Mediterranean, Spanish, French, Provencale and Italian influences, this Paris bistro is a great place for a quick stop or for a relaxing, yet lively and fun evening out with the family or with friends.

Restaurant Guide Key Points

Fish la Boissonnerie is open on a Tuesday to Sunday from 12.30pm through to 10.45pm, but is closed on a Monday and for around two weeks over the Christmas and New Year festive season.

Reservations are recommended, although not necessarily required, as you can wait for a table at the bar.

The dress code is casual and it is suitable for all ages plus even your dog is allowed to accompany you.

A three course meal will cost approximately 38€ but there are also lunchtime specials served on weekdays which are only around 20€ upwards not including any drinks.

The nearest Metro station is the Mabillon or the St Germain de Pres.

Address & Contact Details:

Fish La Boissonnerie
69 Rue de Seine

Telephone: 1 43 54 34 69
Fax: 1 43 54 33 47

Fish La Boissonnerie Bistro

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