Le Flandrin

A refined cuisine in the elegant setting of the 16th

At the crossroads of avenue Henri Martin and boulevard Flandrin, the old train station of the small belt which has housed Le Flandrin, this mythical Parisian brewery for 70 years has recently experienced a prodigious renaissance.

An Art deco architecture revisited by Joseph Dirand, a menu renewed by Chef Olivier Denis, the all orchestrated by Gilles Malafosse.

Embellished with these new clothes, Le Flandrin moves a little more the center of gravity of the capital towards the west of Paris.
This institution of the 16th arrondissement now sees the arrival of an international clientele mingling with the inhabitants of the neighborhood who love to settle on the immense terrace at the first rays of sunshine.

4 Place Tattegrain, 75116 Paris, France
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Monday to Saturday from 8 am to 11.15 pm Sunday from 9 am to 11.15 pm