LE BOSQUET is located near the Eiffel Tower, in a spacious,
warm and comfortable decor.
Enjoy delicious cuisine and traditional, prepared with great attention,
respecting and upholding the valuesof French cuisine. So you can savor local
specialties as diverse as oysters from Brittany or duck from the reknowened Arnabar's farm confit.
LE BOSQUET is an ideal location in the heart of Paris, to taste
authentic French specialties.
Take advantage of the sunny terrace on sunny days.
Veloute de legumes
Oysters from Brittany, black olive tapenade with goat's cheese
Roasted camembert with cider caramel
Confit of duck farm Arnabar, new potatoes
Thyme Sea Bass à la plancha, seasonal vegetables
Lamb shank with warm herb, vegetable fricassee
Soft chocolate cake baked minute, vanilla ice cream Martine Lambert
Real cheesecake home
Tulip season fruit, chocolate aside.
|Rick Steves claims that Jean-Francois Trocellier,who runs the family bistro, aka "Jeff" (as in : "J-chef-f--f"), is the "nicest guy in Paris"... I know! I know! This is Paris France we're talking about. Take my wordfor it.. There is at least one nice guy in Paris and he is "Jeff" read more|
Le BOUSQUET circa 1960's
Contact / Plan
We offer menus on request,
tailored to your desires and your budget.
For inquiries you can call us
at 01 45 51 38 13 or so just
use the reservation request link to the right of the page.
Irwin Shaw and Ronald Searle & Le Bosquet
"American in his late sixties, dressed in fine dark clothes topped by a black slouch hat. For one incredible day, when he was a lieutenant commander in the American Navy-although that heroic branch of our armed services did not have any craft nearer the Port Maillot than Cherbourg-he found himself, by a freak of organization, our military ruler of Paris..........read more
Excerpt from Paris! Paris! by Irwin Shaw and Ronald Searle, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, New York and London, 1976
Paris of the 60's