Looking for an atypical Parisian brasserie cherished by the locals in the Opera district, head to brand new “La Belle Epoque”, a cabaret turned in 2014 into a chic bistrot recreating “La Belle Epoque” era (early 20th century in Paris).
In this vintage bistrot, come enjoy burgers and a typical retro-French cuisine: truffle omelet, foie gras, tartare, lens salad and goats cheese with Boletus (mushroom) sauce to start and then baked sea bram in foil, Aveyron suckled lamb, prime rib of beef, codfish back and potatoes. Starter + main = 30€ to 40€.
When? Open everyday non-stop. Sunday brunch. No reservation.
Where: La Belle Epoque, Rue des Petits Champs, Paris, France
Metro: Pyramides (Lines 7, 14)