Drive      Fly      Stay      Login    Signup

Winston Salem


Is there good places to eat on Easter Monday in Paris?

Going to be there this weekend and it looks like almost every place is closed Monday - restaurant wise. Anyone know any good spots that will be open?? 

1 Answer

answered first by
John from Carlsbad (California)

The following restaurants are open on Mondays, although you should check to see if tomorrow is an exception.  You need reservations for all of them.

Dominique Bouchet, 11 rue Treilhard, 8th, Tel. 01 45 61 09 46, Metro: Miromesnil, Closed weekends and in August.  Dinner a La Carte 80-100€.  Seven course Menu 105€; 3-course set lunch 55€.  M. Bouchet serves excellent food in his small, elegant jewel-box restaurant.  Very good personal service.  Highest recommendation for that very special (and rather expensive) night out.

Chez Les Anges, 54 Boulevard de la Tour Maubourg. 7th, Tel 01 47 05 89 86, Metro: La Tour-Maubourg, Closed Saturday and Sunday; great 3-course menu with choices 35€; excellent 5-course tasting menu surprise 55€; A La Carte 60-80€.  Excellent food and service. Private room will accommodate 8 or so.  Open for lunch, also.

Au Bon Accueil, 14 rue Monttessuy, 7th, Tel. 01 47 05 46 11, Metro: Ecole Militaire, 3 course Menu 35€, 5 course set menu 55€, Carte 70‑80€; Closed Sat. & Sun., Closed 1-15 August, Modern cuisine, A/C.  A long-time favorite under same ownership as Chez Les Anges.  The menu is still a great deal.  Ask for the front dining room or one of the sidewalk tables for two with view of Eiffel Tower.   

La Bastide Odéon, 7 rue Corneille, 6th, Tel 01 43 26 03 65, 37-52E, Metro: Odeon, A/C.  Open daily; Bistro serving very good food inspired by the South of France.  Lunch- 2 courses 20€ and 3 courses 26€; Dinner- 2 courses 30€ and 3 courses 36€. Reasonably priced wine list;  Great quality/price ratio. 

La Ferrandaise,8 rue de Vaugirard, 6th, Tel 01 43 26 36 36; Closed Sunday and Saturday lunch; Lunch 2 courses-16€; Dinner 3 courses 35€ and 6 courses 48€; Some supplements for beef and veal dishes; On the east side of the Luxembourg Gardens, an authentic bistro featuring the products from Auvergne; small, but varied wine list with good prices.

Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Dominique Bouchet (restaurant)
  2. Chez Les Anges (restaurant)
  3. Au Bon Accueil (restaurant)
  4. La Bastide Odéon (restaurant)
  5. La Ferrandaise (restaurant)
2 thanks

© 2019   ·   View: Full | Mobile

Follow us:        
Questions   ·   Destinations   ·   Drive   ·   Fly   ·   Airports   ·   Stay   ·   Search

Login   ·   FAQ   ·   About   ·   Feedback   ·   Privacy   ·   Terms