Hotel / Restaurant Le Pantruche

From the classic 1940s décor, you would never suspect that you’re about to enter one of the best bistros in Paris. Do not be intimidated by the shoulder-to-shoulder atmosphere: this is one of the staples of Parisian life and the best ice-breaker for Parisians too often (and unjustly) reputed as distant.


Another surprise awaits you inside: the black boarded menu is only 19 € for lunch and 32€ for dinner (wine not included).  In other words, a steal for the stunning quality of the food. Open the menu and feel your mouth watering at the oyster tartare with lettuce cream, veal breast confit with verbena and peas, and Grand Marnier soufflé.


When you know that Chef Franck Baranger worked at Le Bristol under the guidance of chefs like Christian Constant you’ll understand what bistro culture in Paris means.


Le Pantruche - 3 r. Victor-Massé 75009 Paris 09

01 48 78 55 60

Good to know : the restaurant is closed on Saturdays and Sundays. Reservation is strongly advised.

And if Le Pantruche is fully booked, Franck Baranger is also the chef of Le Caillebotte 8, rue Hippolyte-Lebas, Paris (IXe), 01-53-20-88-70.


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