Lovely food and excellent service value for money compared with other restaurants in the local area..
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Since 1864 this truly beautiful restaurant in the 4th arrondissement has been serving a wide variety of very, very good Alsatian food. My wife thought that the Quenelle with sauce Nantua which she had was outstanding, and I was equally happy with my own Supreme...More
Great meal with 10 other Irish Rugby supporters the night before Ireland v France on February 3rd. Great French food and wine supported by a lively atmosphere. Attentive and friendly staff added to the experience.
Paris oldest brasserie could survive off its reputation - but not so - it’s a classic French brasserie - busy , buzzy , attentive service with ( the night we were there ) at least half the clientele being French. Try and book a table...More
Brasserie Bofinger is like an Alsatian warm breeze in Paris. Always populer, plates are amazing and service is quite serious.
Dear AIAYKUT, we will be happy to welcome you the next time you travel at Paris. See you soon at Bofinger. Best regards.
My wife and I have been to Bofinger quite a few times over the years so on our recent visit thought we would go again as it's been some time since our last visit. The service is first class, when you order something it's on...More
Dear tommckearney, we thank you very much for your nice compliments and we will be happy to welcome you the next time you travel at Paris for another enjoyable experience. See you soon at Bofinger. Best regards.
One of my favorite places to eat when I'm in Paris. This is a very old Brasserie, and unlike Brasserie Lipp, the staff is very friendly, and they even gave us English menus. I usually get seafood here, it's fantastic. But this time went out...More
Dear Ziglinton, we thank you very much for your nice compliments and we will be happy to welcome you the next time you travel at Paris for another delicious experience. See you soon at Bofinger. Best regards.
Upon entering this establishment, we were transported back to a gentrified age of elegance ... simply stunning circa 1846, wood paneling, black leather and glided gold tiles bring to life a bygone era of lavish and grand styling. The occasion was Xmas Eve, which is...More
DearMichael S, the whole team of our brasserie Bofinger wishes to thank you very much for your feedback. It's an honor for us to satisfy our guests and to receive from you such a kind and detailled post.We will be glad to welcome you again...More
A glimmering, shimmering institution, the food can be found anywhere in Paris, but the ambiance and the "room" is all Bofinger. Reserve a table on the first floor for the real brasserie experience. This is Paris' oldest and most revered brasserie and you'll get the...More