The ovens of the Pied de Cochon have stayed hot ever since
1946. The terrace, which extends into an open-plan kitchen
in the picturesque pedestrian walkway, is an invitation to
taste the Chef's cuisine. What would Paris be without its
celebrated Pied de Cochon, located opposite the St
Eustache church and near the Georges Pompidou centre, and
an integral part of Parisian nightlife?
One of the most famous brasserie in Paris ... open days
and night 24H a day.
Restaurant address : 6, rue Coquillière - 75001 Paris
Subway : Les Halles
Price Range : 25-40 Eur
District : Chatelet
Tel : 33 (0)1 40 13 77 00
Other 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 in the main dining room.
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.
Le Pied de Cochon is not in the
right district ? Find another place to eat in Paris
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. See our selected brasseries in Paris.