Les Parisiens offers a chic, everyday meeting place in Saint-Germain-des-Prés.
James Joyce lived at the Pavillon Faubourg Saint-Germain. And it is in homage to his book "Dubliners" that the hotel's restaurant is called "Les Parisiens". A well-chosen name to serve the cooking philosophy of Chef Thibault Sombardier, a figure of Parisian haute-bistronomy, and Matthieu Pirola.
For this new neo-brasserie, the chef defends the values of haute-bistronomy that are dear to him, in recipes that he wants to be "accessible, legible, simple in appearance and precise in the "background work". With particular attention paid to the products and the seasons.
In short, the style is lively and modern, although firmly anchored in tradition. As for the wines, the cellar is eclectic, with winegrowers' estates, biodynamics, plot-based vintages, fine references from the great French appellations and champagnes from both winegrowers and great houses.
Les Parisiens is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 12:00 to 14:15 and from 19:00 to 22:15
and is open to outside customers.
Lunch menu available from Tuesday to Friday, except on public holidays:
Starter, main course or main course and dessert: 34€ / Starter, main course and dessert: 39€.