Le Bouillon Chartier – In Sympathy with Dog House and Igloo


Le Bouillon Chartier by Berangere Lomont

In populist – perhaps – sympathy with the Dog House and Igloo here from Berangere in Paris is a contemporary cafe interior and the menu too from . . . she explains.

Mes Chéris,
Here is a menu from one of my favourite restaurants : “Le bouillon Chartier ” 7 rue du Faubourg Montmartre Paris 9th, it is an institution for every good Parisian, the restaurant has been opened since 1896 , served 50 millions meals, and was classified a Historical  Monument in 1989. It is very cheap, simple food ,   ” bouillon” was meaning in the 19th century  a mix of meat and vegetables for workers. I like the ambiance where everyone feels comfortable.
Let’s go !!! Big bisous et bon appétit. BB

[Now Berangere has added the wine list, shown below the menu proper, and notes . . . “The wine list presents simple traditional wines, and modest  prices compared to any other restaurant,  just to see  kir royal at 4,90 euros seems a miracle… Appellation d’Origine Controlée is a french label , which means the geographic origin of  food and/or wine is garenteed.]


One thought on “Le Bouillon Chartier – In Sympathy with Dog House and Igloo”

  1. I have been there and it is wonderful,with its beautiful interior and delicious food. Actually all of France is wonderful.There seems to be great food and beautiful places no matter where you go.Viva La France!

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