For more than 80 years, this typical Parisian brasserie from Les Halles (zinc, Art-Deco lamps, wallpaper with beautiful bunches of grapes ...) has welcomed gourmets and epicureans all night long. The aptly named Poule au Pot has made this specialty (which Henry IV wanted to put on his subjects' tables on Sunday noon) his emblematic dish.
The reputation of this legendary establishment has gone around the world: the greatest artists including Sinatra, the Stones and Prince, have feasted here. But La Poule au Pot is also a pure plunge into traditional French gastronomy as we like it, generous and gourmet, honoring our terroir.
Jean François Piège The great classics of the French culinary repertoire are given an overhaul here by Jean-François Piège. Service on a silver tray, old-fashioned bistro decor, zinc counter: it has all the trappings. Dishes as the soupe à l’onion gratinée, quenelle of arctic char, beef chuck hash, Colbert fried whiting with tartar sauce …. they are all very good!
9 Rue Vauvilliers