The Beaujolais of Auteuil

If you are looking for a typical bistro of the Thirties, rush for the Beaujolais of Auteuil. Entirely brought up to date by architect Gilles Guillot, it keeps this spirit of yesteryear with its woodworks, its sheens and its old mirrors. We discover there an authentic but refined cuisine, cooked by Chef Yvan Sternat. Let yourself be tempted with the blanquette of veal or the beef rib for 2, melting as one pleases. Besides, it is at the best butcher’s of the neighborhood, Petard, that the restaurateur buys his meat. You are salivating? You have to know that cheeses are selected at Michel Fouchereau’s, elected Best Worker of France. An address deliciously good!


Open everyday from 7:30a.m to 1:30a.m.
Starter + Main Course + Dessert = 30€.

The Beaujolais of Auteuil
99, boulevard de Montmorency
75016 Paris
T.: +33 (0)1 47 43 03 56
Subway: Porte d’Auteuil (L.10).


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