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  • 7 rue du Faubourg-Montmartre Map It
  • Opéra/Grands Boulevards

Updated 02/19/2014

Fodor's Review

This classic bouillon (a term referring to the Parisian soup restaurants popular among workers in the early 20th century) is a part of the Gérard Joulie group of bistros and brasseries, which discreetly updated the menu without changing the fundamentals. People come here more for the bonhomie and the stunning 1896 interior than the cooking, which could be politely described as unambitious—then again, where else can you find a plate of foie gras for €7? This

cavernous restaurant—the only original fin-de-siécle bouillon to remain true to its mission of serving cheap, sustaining food to the masses—enjoys a huge following, including one regular who has come for lunch nearly every day since 1946. You may find yourself sharing a table with strangers as you study the old-fashioned menu of such standards as pot-au-feu and blanquette de veau.

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Restaurant Information

Address:

7 rue du Faubourg-Montmartre, 9e, Paris, 75009, France

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Phone:

/01–47–70–86–29

Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Open 7 days a week
  • Reservations not accepted

Updated 02/19/2014

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