In 1864, l'Alsace set up its first beer pump in Paris.
Frédéric Bofinger established a small restaurant at 5, rue
de la Bastille, 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 main dining room, a masterpiece by Néret
and Royer. A very nice place to eat just off Bastille.
This brasserie enjoys an excellent reputation and you may
have to queue a lot before geting a table especially
during week-ends between 8.30 and 10.30pm.
Restaurant address : 5-7, rue de la Bastille 75004
Subway : Bastille (1,8,5)
Price Range : 25-40 Eur
District : Bastille
Tel : 33 (0)1 42 72 87 82
Other places to eat in Paris : Other good tables close to Bastille
A lively and crowded Paris
brasserie serving good seafood platters, traditional meat and fish dishes,
and classic desserts including creme brulee. One of the late-night
parisian's favorite restaurants. One of the most reputated restaurant for
its seafood platters of exception.
A true gourmet italian
restaurant in the heart of Le Marais. Delicious typical italian cuisine
with unique flavors of white truffles, anti pasti, … one of our favorite
table in Paris.
Enoteca Italian Restaurant
Reviews : Find a place to eat in Paris :
Bastille, Champs Elysees, Saint Germain
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