Seeing as this was apparantly the first brewpub in Paris I’m horrified I’ve missed it til now. I’ve been going to the Frog pubs for years and reckon this is better. If you don’t like fake Irish pubs, don’t worry this is isn’t one. The house brewed beers are very good and the flammekuechen excellent. Good location as well only a short hop from Notre Damme
Great atmosphere on a Thursday night, packed to the rafters with people enjoying decent beer. The service was excellent and the beers tasty. Perhaps a tad pricey, but hey this is in central Paris! If I lived in the city it would be my regular haunt.
The place is great. Service is OK (very quick if you order food for lunch). 4 home-made beer, quite good, especially amber and black ones. Food is good, especially the flammekuches (tartes flambées). I recommend this place if you’re around Odéon-Mabillon-St Sulpice.
2010-08-07. Interesting place, pub meets bistro atmosphere. Staff is friendly... The flammekeuche was a pizza like thing with bacon, mushrooms, cheese and onions. It was oily but delicious! Waitress was a cute quintessentially French girl, which included speaking very little English. The waiter thought himself suave and spoke better English which paired with the trail of cologne he left behind as he walked by. James Brown playing on the stereo. Worth a visit if you are looking for beer in Paris, but the beers are just okay. On tap at ONeil, Paris
Visited on 20th November - place was empty(ish) but had enjoyable steak & chips lunch and a sampler containing their 4 current brews in 150ml glasses - handy if you want to try all the beers and come out reasonably sober. Regarding "steppedup" comment of 16/7 yes they did seem to be placing dining customers at the back of the venue, but on this visit because the place was so empty they offered a choice of seats. On the way out I noticed tables in a set-in bay for drinkers and smokers.
Beers were better than average, and BLONDE was by far the best of the 4 on. Couldn’t spend an entire evening here but nice to spend an hour or so over a meal and some beers.
They have a few beers only, but better than the Frog pubs, actually the Blonde has an interesting hopping. I had a cheesy Flamenkuche and a sweet one (it’s round like a pizza, but more crusty and extremely thin, the classic one has cream and bacon bits and onion instead of the tomato/mozzarella in the pizza), they were very good in their simplicity. I have been here many years ago, it has the same layout but it looks refreshed, it’s somehow a clean English style pub, a pleasant place for a stop in Paris.