4 locals recommend · Estimated price 3 out of 4 ·
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Initially recommended to me by colleagues, this is classic French elegance and a great Parisian atmosphere.
brasserie chic it's a place to be for good french food and if it's expensive for you you have a very nice place in front of my door call "Le relais madeleine" this brasserie is very nice especially when it's sunny and during the lunch. Bon appétit !
Classic bistro - This gleaming restaurant with tables draped in crisp white napery is the best bistro in the neighborhood for its affable service, peaceful ambience, comfort food and wine.
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Point of Interest
“The Théâtre de la Madeleine is a theater in Paris built in the English style in 1924 on the site of a carousel. The first major success of the theatre came with the presentation of part one of The Merchants of Glory by Marcel Pagnol. It was closely associated with the French stage actor, film actor, director, screenwriter, and prolific playwright Sacha Guitry who composed 24 of his plays here between 1932 and 1940. Simone Valere and Jean Desailly were directors of the theater from 1980 until 2002. In 2003 the director's job was taken over by Frederick Frank and Stephane Lissner.”
- 1 local recommends
“Every time I walk past this place it is PACKED. Northern French style cooking. €55 five-course tasting menu, and the a la carte menu changes constantly depending on what’s fresh.”
- 2 locals recommend
“Bistro, traditional - A fun brasserie frequented by the whole neighborhood of notable media and fashion people. Original 1925 decor.”
- 4 locals recommend
“A monument since the roaring 20ies. Luxurious, elegant, traditional in décor specializes in fine caviar of the Kaspian. The menu offers dozens of ways to consume these black pearls..”
- 7 locals recommend
“If I were to own my own bookshop, it might look something like this one. Its wooden shelves from the 1930s are well stocked with beautiful fine arts books, novels, biographies, cookbooks, and travel reads—in English and in French. This was the first English-language bookstore on the continent! When the weather allows, from mid-March to mid-October, stay for a cup of tea and a piece of cake in the museum’s garden tea salon. You’ll quickly forget you’re in a bustling city.”
- 7 locals recommend