The lunches served are very popular, which combined with the
friendly and happy atmosphere means that it is a great place to meet up with friends or to
have a relaxing time whilst having a day out at the flea market.
This bistro is situated in Saint-Ouen, which is in the northern suburbs about 6 kilometres
from the centre of Paris, but they also have another restaurant in Paris called Le Soleil Cuisine de la Riviera, which is
situated far more centrally, near to the Eiffel Tower.
Le Soleil provides fresh produce in a true bistro
style cuisine, and includes delights such as a slightly salted butter and lobster that
come directly from Normandy, home made French fries, fresh
local salads, bread rolls from the local bakers, foie gras and numerous other delights
including their famous and large rum Baba dessert. But you will not always get to
have the same meal, as the dishes are always changing according to the seasons and there
is always something different you can choose every time you go, so you are definitely
going to be in for a surprise.
Restaurant Guide Key Points
This bistro is open every day for lunch from noon until 3.30pm or 4pm.
This is a traditional family restaurant that has a
friendly and casual atmosphere and therefore the dress code is also casual.
The have a set price three course lunch available which is 32 where you can choose a
starter, main dish and dessert and an example would be Herrings and potatoes with oil,
Beef tartar with large home made French fries and a giant Rum Baba.
But there is also an A la Carte menu available with an approximate cost of 35
upwards and they have a great selection of reasonably priced wines.
The nearest metro station is the Porte de Clignancourt.
Address & Contact Details:
109 Avenue Michelet
Telephone: 1 40 10 08 08
Fax: 1 40 10 16 85