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    , Continental Breakfast, French Breakfast

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  • Business Breakfast

    hot drink, fresh juice, bread, viennoiserie

    $ 16.00
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  • Tradition

    hot drink, fresh juice, viennoiserie of your choice, bread, Isigny butter PDO, jam, fresh fruits salad

    $ 25.00
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The prestigious Goncourt Book Prize has been awarded in this mythical establishment since 1914 and the Renaudot since 1926! Meticulously revamped, the smart brasserie interior now provides a backdrop for traditional French staples (pork pie, vol-au-vent), together with more inventive creations. The wine list has also been dusted off by an MOF sommelier.






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848 reviews
  • Michael Russo
    Michael Russo
    a month ago

    Probably the best meal we had in Paris. Service was too notch, presentation of dishes was unique. Food was excellent. Was lucky to get a reservation during fashion week. Would highly recommend

  • Sage Naka
    Sage Naka
    2 weeks ago

    We had a lovely dinner there on Saturday night. Excellent food and their staff members are efficient and helpful. Hostesses were really nice as well and went out of their way to help me with my child. Every dish was fantastic! I really enjoyed my steak tartar. We will be coming back to dine there again.

  • Cvsma
    2 months ago

    Dining at this restaurant was probably the best decision ever! The service was absolutely lovely, the food was amazing, I can‘t even begin to describe it. The restaurant is very classy, but not uptight. If you‘re looking for an affordable fine dining restaurant with good service, this is it! As soon as we get back to Paris, we‘ll definitely pay them another visit!

  • Mark
    3 months ago

    This was my second trip to this restaurant because a friend who I respect had raved about it and I thought my first visit, for lunch, was very average. So I thought I’d give them a second try. Unfortunately what I’ll remember most about this restaurant was, first, the arrogance with which we were treated by the captain who seems not to understand that making customers feel welcome is the most important thing a restaurant can do and, second, the lack of competence he and his staffed demonstrated. I visited many better places in this trip where the food and service excelled and at Drouant neither does. The restaurant is nice in a residential neighborhood and serves a classic French menu. The service is spotty and often we had to make the same request several times. We also heard other tables doing the same. Sometimes the captain acknowledged our request and did nothing, like ordering a glass of wine with our meal which, after multiple requests, came at the end of our meal. The food was OK, heavy, somewhat salty, and certainly not up to snuff for what is considered a good French restaurant. The fried shrimp were just that. The vol au vant was heavy, salty, had little shrimp and was a disappointment. All in all a real disappointment, twice. I felt no connection to this place, and would not return or recommend it.

  • MichelinStarsChallenge R

    After trying and retrying every Michelin stars in Paris and 3 Stars in France (you can follow me for all the updates and reviews). I’m also trying all the main 2 Stars in France (done half of them) and a selection of Michelin guide non star in Paris. The selection is based on opportunity (to be honest), recommendations from my gourmet friends and living historic heritage. And when we speak of living historic heritage, Drouant is high on the non star list. In France , it’s associated with the Prix Goncourt, the most famous price one can get in French literature. Since 1903. To this day. Making the atmosphere of this French institution quite unique. You have the main floor, a quite nice terrasse and the several salon upstairs. The glasses and the plates have the restaurant logo to remind you where you are. The waiters are international which is important as the crowd is also. The service is busy as a brasserie should be. It’s a tad upscale, as it must be with its mythical status. As the price are, but it’s fair, and all things considered, it’s less expensive than many fashionable place that not only do have the history, but are not even selected by the Michelin. Basically, the place is out of time and yet active, cosmopolitan Concerning the food. It’s a good brasserie with, logically, historical dishes (vol au vent, pâté en croute, etc..). It deserves to be in the Michelin, but with this size, it’s difficult to do a Michelin star cuisine, with a Michelin Star associated service. On a side note, the wine list is really impressive and actually there are gems for astonishing good prices for connaisseurs. Will I go back? Yes i will. Most certainly like that day, when I wanted a brasserie, think of the past and future generations, and watch the time pass with a good champagne. Out of time, yet active. A solid Michelin

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  • Friday 08:00 - 11:00
  • Saturday 08:00 - 11:00
  • Sunday 08:00 - 11:00