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.
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.]