Dine by the fire in Paris this winter
Published on 5 November 2018, dans Flavors and Gastronomy
As the air turns chilly and winter’s hoary breath is felt on your cheek, what could be more romantic than a dinner by a crackling open fire in Paris? The Hôtel de l'Université, on the Parisian Left Bank, offers some suggestions for delicious meals in a cosy setting with a welcoming log fire.
Robert et Louise; a rural ambiance
A rustic setting, a cuisine that’s simple and satisfying, along with a warm and friendly welcome; that’s what to expect at Robert et Louise. Offering an experience as pleasant and soothing as a weekend in the countryside, this historic rural-style inn has been a convivial place to dine in the 3rd arrondissement for more than 60 years.
The Cave de l'Insolite in trendy Oberkampf
Who says you can’t combine a traditional open fireplace with a fashionable vibe? The Cave de l'Insolite delivers on both levels with its lovely log-burning fire giving warmth to a trendy youth ambiance. This wine bar invites you to enjoy a tasting while savouring generous dishes. Ideal for an evening for two or with friends.
The Coupe-Chou in the Latin Quarter
Opened in the 1960s, this cosy restaurant housed in a 17th century mansion offers delicious traditional cuisine. Its picturesque period setting is perfect for an intimate evening in the heart of Paris.
The Quincampe; chic vintage charm
This Marais restaurant has a majestic fireplace that helps to give the place its relaxing atmosphere. Exposed stone, beautiful wooden roof beams and comfortable red velvet banquettes complete the decor. As for the cuisine, the menu includes both traditional French specialties and Mediterranean dishes. After a magnificent meal lit by the flames flickering in the fireplace, you’ll return warm, happy and contented to your room at the Hôtel de l'Université.
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Hotel de l'Université, a charming hotel at the heart of Saint-Germain des Prés