Jules loves the hustle and bustle of a busy restaurant. Without a single fault from the starter to the dessert; the interior design to the shop frontage with its glowing red neon sign, the restaurant Le Braisenville in the 9th arrondissement has become the latest hangout for the über elite. Jules likes going there for its prevailing “masculine” vibe despite the ‘70s acid pop décor. It gives Jules the opportunity to spread his cultural ideology (namely his taste in music) and to discuss the stars of the era. But even Jules has to eat, so he orders a veal sweetbread with mashed sweet potato (garnished with a citrus twist)… a real man’s dish! For everyone else (the real men) you’ll be eagerly awaiting your côte de bœuf grilled on a Spanish brazier at the heart of the restaurant. Olé!
Closed on Sundays
Photo credits: François-Régis Gaudry
36, rue Condorcet
T. : +33.(0)126.96.36.199.74