Au Petit Riche

No,that’s not Flaubert or Balzac walking through the door, but should they miraculously return, the decor of old Paris, with the original gas lamps adn time-mellowed paneling, will make them feel at home.

The place openend in 1865 as the restaurant associated with the very large and then-solvent Café Riche next door. After Café Riche  burned down, the restaurant continued to attract lawyers, set designers and machinist from the nearby Opéra Garnier, eventually becoming a well-known restaurant. 

Expect a impressive choice of Loire Valley wines and food that combines. The house is famous for its Gillardeau oysters. Expect classic French cuisine.

Au Petit Riche, 25 Rue Le Peletier, 75009 Paris, Tel 01 47 70 68 68, M° Richelieu-Drouot or take a nice walk down rue Rochechouart, and continue to the right. It takes 15 min from the Montmartre Studio Loft.

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