Located between two trendy Parisian neighborhoods — Nation and Bastille – a little bistro called l’Aumonière de Bacchus is causing a stir in the 11th arrondissement. With its minimalist decor and relaxed lounge ambiance, this restaurant is serving up the recipes of an ambitious young chef in a cozy environment.
While listening to soft jazz and electro beats, diners can explore the depths of the unique menu at l’Aumonière de Bacchus. Classic white walls are broken up by sleek dark furniture, funky animal skin rugs and stone accent walls. Couples can enjoy small two-seater tables with comfy velvet armchairs. Moreover, with a large selection of gourmet meals, this establishment offers as much culinary satisfaction as it does decorative satisfaction.
For example, diners can start off with pan-seared fois gras served with mango confit. Or they could taste the salmon tartar prepared with fresh herbs. For the main course, the offerings get even more tempting. Creamy green asparagus risotto will delight the taste buds while the roasted cod filet provides a light yet hearty meal. For those who are more swayed by red meat, there is Parmesan-encrusted lamb.
L’Aumonière de Bacchus does not disappoint with its desserts, either. Diners can choose from a selection of desserts that include cheesecake, crème brûlée, and berries and cream. With such a variety of dishes, this bistro can be enjoyed by friends, couples, families and travelers from all walks of life.
This restaurant gives guests staying at one of the Grands Hôtels Parisiens the perfect chance to see the Bastille neighborhood, one of the most popular areas in Paris. With its historical significance, trendy nightlife and highbrow opera house, Bastille offers something for everyone, much like L’Aumonière de Bacchus.
L’Aumonière de Bacchus
40 rue de Montreuil, 75011
+33 (0)1 44 93 58 07
Open for lunch on weekdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and dinner every day but Sunday from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.