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Germain

Saint-Germain-des-Prés
4 out of 5 stars
Germain
© Elsa Pereira

Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

Quaint rue de Buci has been shaken up by the extravagance of Germain, a versatile brasserie halfway between Alice in Wonderland and London's Sketch. The heated terrace is great for people watching, and the main ground-floor room, which features the lower part of a vast yellow statue piercing through the ceiling above, is perfect for a quick lunch.

There's also a cosy salon for cocktails, a more conservative dining room at the back, and a private room on the first floor with a snooker table and the top half of the yellow statue. The food is almost childishly classic, but always with a twist (ham and butter macaroni with truffle) and not as expensive as you might expect.

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Address: 25-27 rue de Buci
6e
Paris

Transport: Metro: Mabillon or Odéon
Price: Main courses €20
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Opening hours: 9am-2am daily

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