The little Ile Saint-Louis, always one of Paris' most beautiful and prestigious neighbourhoods, has enjoyed renewed popularity in recent years. Come ... More
Brasserie de l'Isle St-Louis
The little Ile Saint-Louis, always one of Paris' most beautiful and prestigious neighbourhoods, has enjoyed renewed popularity in recent years. Come down for a glass or two in an authentic old Paris district, surrounded by a few tourists and a lot of locals, in this hospitable and youthful establishment where the prices are pretty good as well. You will be able to try specialties from Alsace, like the typical Sauerkraut with Alsace wine.
This was the most memorable meal in my entire trip. Unpretentious environment, friendly service and the best traditional French food you could have for the price, all with one of the most idyllic views in the center of Paris. Will never forget it!
in this very touristic but beautiful area, this place is still authentic, independant and owned by the same family for over 60 years. Excellent traditionnal food for that price, fun old fashion waiters, wonderful terrasse... A poetic and romantic " out of time" brasserie, nothing has changed here since a hundred years except for credit cards that are accepted!
This is one of the few places we found in Paris that left us truly wanting to return. It's the one I think about whenever I'm planning to find a French restaurant in another country.
When next in Paris, it is the first place I'll go. There are no reservations.
From the weathered wood furniture to classic fittings like the imposing espresso machine at the bar, this place gives diners a great ambience. It can be a bit noisy when crowded, but that, too, is a part of cafe life.
Unlike another reviewer, we found the service to be superb -- and colored by waiters who have enough of a sense of humor to carry on with you a bit...or more.
Don't miss it. Highly, highly recommended.
After spending quite some time working our way from Sainte-Chapelle to Notre Dame, we crossed the little bridge to find Brasserie de l'Isle St-Louis on the left, at the foot of the bridge. What a find! Great Coq au Vin, delicious Cassoulet, nice, reasonably priced Brouilly, mango sorbet that tasted more like mango than mangoes and a terrific gateau, all for just over 60Euros! Can't wait to go back.
Traditional, but average French cooking is what you will find at Vins des Pyrenees (Wines of the Pyrenees). But then
again, one doesn't come for the food. Vins des Pyrenees is for seeing and being seen. This old wine ...
You are bound to admire the decorative works of this place. There is no way anyone can ignore the historical
significance of the restaurant. Bask in the aura of the rich tradition as you wait for your meals. And ...
If you're looking for some peace and quiet, you will love this place. This bistro is popular among the locals
for the varied, colorful & traditional French dishes it serves. The reception and service provided is also note worthy. ...
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