Not a bad place to grab a beer. I was surprised by the huge bottle list. Nothing notable on tap, but the bottle list was impressive. Huge selection of Belgians, but yes, it was a bit pricey. Not as bad as some of these reviews make the place out to be though.
It’s a nice place. The selection is good, but a serious Belgian fan will have had most, if not all. Food was perhaps more "local" than many spots. Rare beers seem unlikely. I think it could be characterized more as restaurant than bar. Entertaining decor: The wall cases containing beers which may be up to several decades old. Most bottles are still capped!
Saw this on my wanderings, it is a Geuze "specialist" in that they have the major macro geuzes and some very very pricey standards - if in stock. Average Parisian service, the ambiance is OK but seriously not worth visiting.
If you are coming here because it’s called Gueuze, just turn around and go back to your hotel. This place sucks in every possible way. There is nothing for you here, beer lover.
The only gueuze on tap is Mort Subite, but the waiter didn’t even know the brand, it’s only listed as "gueuze" on the menu. The other beers are Hoegaarden, Leffe and more stuff like that. Trust me, it sucks and its super expensive. 10€ a pint of crappy beer.
Why La Fine Mousse is so far from here?
Nice ambiance here with a fairly large selection that’s heavy on Belgian beers, although there really is nothing exciting on offer and everything is overpriced. There’s a small French range, but again, nothing exciting and embarassingly expensive. The options for good beer in Paris seem to be expanding, and while they may still be limited, I would really not recommend going to this place.
restaurant with extensive beer menu near the Panthéon in the 5th arrondissement. Great location, nice interier. They have about 80 beers on the menu, sorted by regions. More Belgian beers that French micros, though. The beer prices are very high (8-9€ for a 0.33 French micro, which is typical for Paris), but the selection is above average. The food was fine, I had moules marinières with frites and a Briarde beer. Staff was friendly.
mi era stato segnalato come l’unico bar con Cantillon; il locale è grazioso e tappezzato di bottiglie da collezione, ma la lista è la solita plastica piena di pseudo"lambic" dolci. Effettivamente c’è Cantillon, ma i prezzi sono assurdi (9€ 37.5cl di gueuze, 11€ 37.5cl di kriek o rosé); questo non mi scoraggia, evitiamo le salades e prendiamo le cozze (l’unica cosa in menù che costa meno di 10€) e due bottigline di gueuze. Erano pure bone le cozze (e la gueuze), ma comincio ad avere un po’ di insofferenza verso questo formato di bar mangiasoldi.