Since 1927 La Brasserie La Coupole has been a symbol of the history of Montparnasse. In an art deco decor, listed as a historical heritage, the Chef offers essential dishes from the great Parisian Brasseries such as the Grenoble-style stripe, the real pepper steak and the seafood platters ...
Passing the invisible door to get to the restaurant, one would almost guess the clamor of the mundane past that sheltered the place: from the "années folles" to today, a room filled with a thousand anecdotes, memories, meetings, succulent diners led by the excellence of french producers' seafood.
On top of Montparnasse tower, le Ciel de Paris has an exceptional view of the city, with unique views, changing according to the time, light and climate data. Lunch or dinner at Ciel de Paris, whatever the circumstances, is a singular experience whose souvenirs, for a long time, will be part of everyone's memory.
In 1924, the Bouillon Chartier is sold, becomes the Bouillon Rougeot and remain until 1977. Since then, the restaurant has gone through the ages without losing its charm and finally be listed in the directories of Historical Monuments July 16, 1984.
After a long absence the Bouillon Chartier is back in Montparnasse again with the aim of offering a meal worthy of the name at a modest price
With its rustic decor, Le Plomb du Cantal celebrates Auvergne's gastronomy in all its extent for many years in the district of La Gaîté. The welcome is warm and it is a perfect place to come to sit with a group of friends because we eat there, it is hearty and the prices are reasonable.