Old is truly gold. La Fontaine de Mars, with its old chequered tablecloths, lacy curtains and wooden doors, retains the old world charm. The ambience ... More
Fontaine de Mars (La)
Old is truly gold. La Fontaine de Mars, with its old chequered tablecloths, lacy curtains and wooden doors, retains the old world charm. The ambience is cozy and warm, serving authentic French food. Get a taste of Parisian delights by digging into the Cassoulet or Meuniere. For dessert, tantalize your taste buds with Iles Flottantes. And after dinner, a wine is always welcome. Try the Chinon here. However, the items are a little expensive, so don't forget to carry your credit cards.
La Bastille used to be the area where furniture was made, and cabinet makers, joiners, and other artisans were regular
patrons of this traditional bistro. Today, the atmosphere remains homely (gingham tablecloths on the tables) and the restaurant is ...
This brasserie is listed as an historic monument the reason being, the beautiful Art Nouveau decor that takes you a
step back in time. Not only is the setting marvellous, but the menu is also appetising. Try the Sole ...
This is a very popular place in the intellectual chic quarter of St. Germain Des Pres. Its legendary terrace was
the meeting point for great writers and thinkers staying in Paris. Ernest Hemingway, regularly propped up the bar, and ...
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