At the crossroads of the bistro and the large Parisian restaurants, Racines des Prés is a colourful and chic destination.
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Originally a cult address in the midst of Saint Germain des Prés. A place that has seen the world go by since the 1950s. Actors, singers, politicians; all Paris sat on the leather seats of the restaurant Claude Sainlouis.
In 2011, when the opportunity presented itself, Cyril Lignac did not hesitate to restore to the taste of the day the bistronomic cuisine of this Saint Germain des Prés institution.
This is a charming nugget of a restaurant that you can find close to the Mabillon market. It’s reached by a small bridge suspended between the roadway and a typical Parisian building in the Saint Germain des Prés district.
Situated on the top floor of the extraordinary Pompidou Centre, the Georges is one of the highest restaurants in the capital. A place to see and be seen, but also to enjoy.