Swap accordionists and wine for some Celtic musicians and craft beers at The Green Goose, one of few Irish pubs in Paris with an authentic vibe. Hidden away down the rue des Boulets in the 11th, this pub is true to traditional Irish hospitality and offers high quality food and drink.
The menu's vibe is more gastropub than Galway, with dishes like duck breast with braised red cabbage and dauphinoise potatoes or carrot cake with cinnamon, raisins and cream cheese. We tried the winter menu of sophisticated Scotch eggs (€6.50), and scallops with a fine hazelnut crust, artichokes and roasted beetroot (€9). There's a carefully chosen selection of Irish craft beers (€7 pints on tap) suited to each of the meals on offer.
The bar is noisy and sociable with French, English and even Gaelic speakers. Whether or not you know your Joyce from your Jameson’s, The Green Goose is a quality left bank hangout.
|Venue name:||The Green Goose||Contact:|
19 rue des Boulets
|Opening hours:||Every day from 10am-2am|
|Transport:||Métro: Rue des Boulets, Reuilly - Diderot ou Nation|