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Meaning ‘Paris’ in old Parisian slang, the name of this restaurant gives you a pretty good idea of what you’ll find inside. Le Pantruche is a typically Parisian old-style bistro harkening back to the 1930s or 1940s with its large bar, low lighting, banquettes, and mirror-covered walls. Sit down for a meal and be immersed in the Paris of a different era.
Discreetly located in a quiet street away from the hustle and bustle of the nearby Place Pigalle, the façade of this small restaurant almost goes unnoticed. Don’t let its unremarkable exterior fool you though; Le Pantruche is acclaimed as one of the best bistros in Paris.
In the kitchen, Chef Franck Baranger delivers a scrumptious and precise cuisine, using only the best fresh products for his traditional French recipes.
Their specialties are grand classics of bistro cuisine: tête de veau croustillante (crispy veal head, and although it might not sound appetizing, it is a delicacy loved by many gourmets), canard maturé (matured duck), and the soufflé au Grand Marlier for dessert. Bon appétit!
Open Monday–Friday 12:30–2:00 pm, 7:30–9:30 pm. Closed Saturday and Sunday.