Brasserie Flo has a rich and varied history. The central Paris location is housed in a beautiful building and has a sophisticated yet informal atmosphere. The restaurant's large tables are inviting for those who wish to dine alongside family members or friends. The Brasserie Flo is also a great spot for a romantic date, birthday celebration, business lunches and dinners.
Address: 7, cour des Petites Ecuries, 75010 Paris, France (see Location Map below)
Metro: Château d'eau
Tel: 33 (0)1 47 70 13 59
Fax: 33 (0)1 42 47 00 80
Opening hours: daily Noon to 3pm, and 7pm to 1.30am
Summer closing: most of August!
Good for: old Parisian feel, traditional cuisine, informal business entertaining
Bad for: neighbourhood a little rough, not for fussy eaters
Brasserie Flo is a hotspot during Paris Fashion Week. Everyone from the fashion world visits the restaurant to enjoy the excellent cuisine and intoxicating drinks. The restaurant's atmosphere lends itself to a fabulous time with its large tables, high ceilings, delicious food, array of spirits and attentive waiting staff.
However Paris Fashion Week isn't the only time the restaurant is bustling. The Brasserie Flo is frequented by both locals and tourists who make sure it is on their itinerary. Many diners can't wait to make it back to the restaurant upon their return to the city, after having dined there.
The original Brasserie Flo in central Paris is open each day of the week between the hours of 12:00 p.m. to 3 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. A doorman welcomes you Tuesday through Saturday in the evenings. Reservations can be made via telephone and also online. The restaurant will confirm all online reservations.
Individuals that are looking for a Parisian dining experience that is delicious and memorable should visit the Brasserie Flo. The restaurant's food, waiting staff and reputation is among the city's best.
Brasserie Flo is well-known for - amongst other things - their delicious, homemade foie gras. Many people opt for it as their starter. Other popular hors d'oeuvres include blinis with Norwegian salmon and fresh cream. Sole meuniere with boiled potatoes and grilled Chateaubriand steak are popular main course options. For dessert, the choice of many customers are the Brasserie Flo specialities Pear Crumble with Coconut Ice Cream or the Traditional Rum Baba.
In addition to the aforementioned, the seafood at the Brasserie Flo is extremely tasty and platters are piled high with seasonal catches. Everything on the menu is made with first-rate ingredients and prepared by accomplished and experienced chefs. Individuals in search of a delicious Parisian meal should definitely consider the Brasserie Flo. Not only is the fare good, but the prices are reasonable.
The Brasserie Flo "Gourmet" or "Privilège" set menus make ordering a breeze. The former includes a kir, an item from the starter menu, a main course and a dessert. Individuals who choose this option also receive a half bottle of wine, water and coffee. The Privilège menu includes a single glass of champagne along with the following: a starter, main course and a dessert. They also receive a half bottle of wine, water and coffee.
- Foie gras
- Blinis, fresh cream and smoked salmon
- Goat's cheese with pesto sauce
- Chateaubriand steak-frites
- Sole meunière
- Pan-fried duck
- Profiteroles with chocolate sauce
- Pear crumble with coconut ice cream
- Rum Baba
Brasserie Flo in central Paris is one of the nine Flo Brasserie restaurants located throughout Paris, including Balzar, Le Boeuf sur le Toit, Bofinger, La Coupole and Terminus Nord and several others. There are also Brasserie Flo restaurants in Reims, Nancy, Barcelona, Brussels and Toulouse, and over a dozen franchises in Amsterdam, Strasbourg, Lisbon, Luxembourg, Eindhoven and most recently Beijing.