Neighboring the Gallimard publishing house and the Carré Rive Gauche galleries, the Brasserie Montalembert, recently redecorated by the interior designer Pascal Allaman (who also designed the decoration of the Hotel), is a meeting place you ideal for a lunch break or dinner. Unlike traditional brasseries, there is a calm conducive to conversations of all kinds. Everything has also been thought out so that the place is warm for its guests: colors, materials, shapes, small confidential lounges.

In the kitchen, Chef Jérôme Jullion revisits French bistronomy with the seasons. Great classics such as the mimosa egg decorated with trout roe, the Croque-Monsieur with Poilâne bread, the crème brûlée infused with basil and lime, the knife-cut beef tartare prepared with a knife, the snacked prawns with a sauce of satay, or even a little regressive pleasure with Montalembert pasta shells with ham, summer truffles and Comté cheese. And for dessert, sweet tooths will delight in the intense chocolate coulant served with almond milk ice cream or even the Pavlova with red fruits.

Brasserie Montalembert

3 rue Montalembert 75007 Paris 

01 45 49 68 03