Rigor, quality and simplicity ; yield to the French charm of this authentic Lyonnais bistro, a contemporary tribute to a time-honored culinary style. This traditional "bouchon Lyonnais" in Paris opened in 1890. It still has the red painted wood store front, and the original sign "Maison Lyonnaise". The head of the brigade, prepares "good, old fashioned, hearty food" but adds a modern touch. Just like Alain Ducasse, he gives pride of place to local produce, and is partial to friendly and festive cooking that suits the traditional setting with its beautiful zinc covered wood countertop and the metro-style wall tiles that delight the guests.
Our Parisian bistros
Just a few steps away from the Hôtel de Ville, discover the unique universe and authentic fare of this legendary bistro…A favorite address of all lovers of great French food who appreciate its family spirit and warm and friendly atmosphere; the restaurant Benoit which opened in 1912, remains one of the last authentic Parisians bistros.
Enjoy the most typical and traditional foods, served on large porcelain plates in this memorable setting, decorated with large mirrors, etched glass panels, columns, tiles and woodwork. A delicious break in a timeless setting !