The art nouveau decor of this Belgian restaurant is astonishing; it feels like going back to the twenties. The cuisine is imaginative, innovative and ... More
The art nouveau decor of this Belgian restaurant is astonishing; it feels like going back to the twenties. The cuisine is imaginative, innovative and excellent. Typical dishes include Artichoke Carpaccio, Three Fish Waterzooi, Fried Potato Tartar and the more usual Speculoos and authentic Cafe Liegeois. You must taste the Chocolat Liegeois (chocolate ice-cream served with whipped cream) served in a jug for afternoon tea. A true delight! The choice of beers is particularly impressive and confusing for a novice. Service is sometimes slow when the restaurant is full, but the atmosphere is great.
HOTEL YEAR BUILT 1846 YEAR REMODELED 2003 ADDITIONAL PROPERTY DESCRIPTION CHARMING TOURIST CLASS HOTEL 64 ROOMS LOCATED IN THE HEART
OF THE LATIN QUARTER NEAR RIVER SEINE. HOTEL OFFERS GOOD LOCATION QUIET HOTEL BRASSERIE RESTAURANT BAR AND BUFFET BREAKFAST. ...
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 ...
This restaurant in a district of old Paris serves great traditional south eastern French cuisine. Although at first glance it
appears to be aiming for a level of chic out of sync with the district's friendly, villagey atmosphere, once ...