La Belle Epoque, brasserie located in the heart of Paris in a 1920s decor is a very good classic with a trendy cuisine orchestrated by chef Mathieu Poirier.
On the slate, the bistro-inspired plats du jour that Mathieu Poirier concocts according to the arrivals. On the menu, snails with parsley, semi-cooked duck foie gras, salers tartare, beef tenderloin with pepper, golden chicken, lemon tart and chocolate mousse, Belle Epoque ice cream and Pavlova with seasonal fruits …
What if organic soft-boiled eggs take a tongue-in-cheek style with barigoule artichokes, if a hint of spice awakens the roasted carrots cohorting with duck breast cooked at low temperature, if a beetroot gravelax teases the trout or the truffle points its nose in an Oz omelette… it is always with the generous spirit of a sharing cuisine which has a love for the product. Each week Mathieu Poirier also offers a menu. Choice of: two starters, two main courses, two desserts, in the colors and flavors of the moment.
Here, tables topped with white and vegetables with a blackcurrant cream vinaigrette, carmine benches and morning fishes, reconcile you with the blessed weather of brasseries.