Even with their eyes closed, the regulars could find their
way to this restaurant with its famous black metal sign.
Elegance and discretion have always been the watchwords of
the most distinguished of the major brasseries. At the
Boeuf people meet for a quick lunch at the bar or to take
time out to savor a seafood platter amongst friends on the
mezzanine. A mere stone's throw from the most beautiful
avenue in the world, its five dining rooms are host the
top names in the world of finance, the arts, politics,
fashion and the media. It is the epitome of the brasserie
spirit…. right bank style!
Picture of interior : Boeuf sur le Toit Champs
Restaurant address : 34, rue du Colisée 75008 Paris
Subway : P du Roule (8)
Price Range : 25-40 Eur
District : Champs Elysees
Tel : 33 (0)1 53 93 65 55
Alernative place to eat in Paris : Brasserie
In 1864, Alsace set up its first beer pump in Paris. Frédéric Bofinger
established a small restaurant, which rapidly gained a reputation for the
quality of its sauerkraut. And he served beer on tap - unheard of in Paris.
As was the glass dome ceiling illuminating the dining room.
Lunchtime at the Vaudeville echoes to discussion of news
and business over the dish of the day. In the evening, the
conversation turns to theatre and entertainment,
accompanied by a seafood platter.
The Paris Restaurants Guide is
an excellent ressource to find and book online Restaurants in Paris.
Currently featuring several hundred restaurants in Paris, including all
the top restaurants but also the famous Paris Brasseries and Bistros, it
is the definitive online guide that offers free online reviews and booking
facilities... Just like in the theatre, a red velvet curtain in the
brasserie entrance is drawn back to reveal a scene of different kind, one
where an usher, dressed in sober attire, takes your coat and guides you to
your table to present the culinary program. The present page of the site
is a review of Boeuf sur le toit brasserie. See our selected brasseries in Paris.