Creative cuisine, pastries, exceptional chocolates: embark on a historical and gourmet journey…
Every Germanopratinian worthy of the name has crossed it one day. The Cour du Commerce-Saint-André, where the visitor takes a step back in time. It was pierced in 1735 and during the French Revolution, it hosted the printing house of Marat. It is in this historical setting that the restaurant Un Dimanche à Paris has been established for the past 10 years. Inside, a medieval tower, which once was the Wall of Philip Augustus (1210), leads the visitor to learn that Danton lived in the courtyard. But the journey is not only historical, it is also culinary. At noon and in the evening, gourmets will enjoy an inventive and semi-gastronomic cuisine. While the footsteps of the Revolutionaries still echo on the cobblestones of the courtyard, the royal pastries of the house appear on the table. To lose one’s head!
In the afternoon, the restaurant becomes a tea room, ideal for secret meetings and for tasting an exceptional hot chocolate. Last but not least, the house offers a brunch on Sundays.
From this gastronomic experience, through the centuries, gourmets will be able to take home a souvenir thanks to the wide choice of products available in the shop located under the canopy. Note that Un Dimanche à Paris can be booked for an event, a meeting or a dedication.
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