Brasseries and cafes In Paris - Page 1
When on holiday in Paris you will really want to enjoy the French cuisine, and one alternative to a normal restaurant is to eat at one of the many Brasseries and cafes you can find around Paris and these can be beneficial for you to relax with a quick snack or a sumptuous lunch, but do not think you will be compromising on quality, as there are some excellent venues you can discover, that even have world wide recognition for their unique delicacies.
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This particular restaurant and brasserie gets its name because it is located on the roof of the Grande Arche in the Defense area of Paris at a height of 110 metres, and here you will find exceptional French cuisine being served.
The La Coupole brasserie in Paris is probably one of the most famous brasseries in the world, with famous people like Man Ray, Pablo Picasso, Mistinguett and Josephine Baker all having enjoyed the food at this art deco brasserie.
Ever since the Eiffel Tower in Paris was first opened to the public in 1889 there has always been restaurants at the Eiffel Tower, but today there is far more choice and variety that can suit all tastes and budgets.
The historical Brasserie Bofinger founded in 1864, serves traditional French cuisine with an emphasis on dishes from the Alsace region and seafood platters.
The Carette Paris Place du Trocadero has become one of the most well known pastry houses in Paris that is a restaurant style brasserie come café and tea room
The Cafe Grand Louvre is located underneath the Pyramid at the Louvre museum, and this cafe in Paris you could have a hamburger with French fries, Foie Gras with brioche French toast and fig chutney, yet if you really want to enjoy French cuisine then they also have an a la carte option available as well.
Carette has become one of the most well known pastry houses in Paris since it first started out as Carette Place du Trocadero back in 1927, have now opened another brasserie style café on the Place des Vosges in Paris.
The Cafe Mollien is located on the first floor in the Denon wing of the Musee du Louvre on a landing and takes its name from the monumental Mollien staircase where this cafe in Paris is situated. It is also close to La Joconde, which most people know as the famous Mona Lisa painting by Leonardo da Vinci.
La Closerie des Lilas is a restaurant and brasserie within the Montparnasse area of Paris close to the Montparnasse Tower and the Gare Montparnasse train station, and is a famous meeting place for artist from all over the world.
Located in the heart of the beautiful Tuileries Gardens this restaurant in Paris will offer you a setting of peace and tranquillity on their terrace under the shade of chestnut trees during the warmer months, or alternatively you could also choose to be seated inside in their comfortable restaurant for a more luxurious dining.
Cafe Renard can be found in the Tuileries Gardens today has still kept the traditions and the history of the Tuileries Gardens alive by keeping the same name, and this restaurant in Paris was first established back in 1905.
Cafe Richelieu Angelina is located in the Richelieu wing of the Musee du Louvre on the first floor of this famous museum in Paris, which today has become famous for its signature beverage of hot chocolate along with a traditional homemade pastry that also remains a closely guarded secret.
The Cafes de la Pyramide are located underneath the pyramid on the Richelieu mezzanine and these have a contemporary style that goes well with the contrasts of the Musee du Louvre itself, and there is a wide selection of cuisine to suite all tastes from different sections.
This is basically a take away style snack cafe that is located under the famous I M Pei Pyramid and is situated close to La Grande Louvre and provides a wide choice of pastries, breads and sandwiches along with coffee and hot chocolate, and as of 2012, the sandwiches range in cost from €4 to €.5
The Kiosque Paul is a snack kiosk provides a takeaway service of pies, fresh salads and sandwiches made with traditional or rustic French breads, plus there are authentic seasonal desserts, gourmet yoghurts and ice creams served all day.
There are actually two different cafes in Paris that are located within the Musee d'Orsay, one called the Cafe du Lion that is a self service snack style cafe and the other is called the Cafe Campana, which is a brasserie style cafe
The Jacquemart-Andre Tea Room is located within the beautiful palace style mansion house that was home to Edouard Andre and Nelie Jacquement, who were passionate art collectors, and after their deaths the whole place was turned into the Jacquemart-Andre museum.
The Zen Café is a modern bistro style cafe in Paris that is located within the L'Aquarium du Paris - Cineaqua and is open at the same times as the aquarium, so you take a whole day out at this incredible aquarium in Paris as well.
La Rotonde is a brasserie style restaurant in Paris that has been established in 1911 and is a well known establishment in the Montparnasse area that is still frequented by artists, as it was from the very beginning.
The Cafe Grevin is right next door to the Musee Grevin waxworks museum in Paris, and was designed with a domed glass ceiling in one part, along with wood panelling, red velvet sofas and chairs through to the numerous mirrors and spotlights around.
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