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Bouillon Chartier

A Parisian institution since its creation, the Bouillon Chartier is one of Paris’s best-known and best-reputed budget brasseries.

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Covid-19 information : a health pass is required at the entrance.

Created in 1896 by Frédéric and Camille Chartier, the Bouillon Chartier quickly became a must for Parisian diners. Located on Rue du Faubourg Montmartre, near the Musée Grévin, it has lost none of its Belle Epoque charm over the years, with its high ceilings, spherical lamps and wood furniture reflected in vast mirrors.

A Parisian institution

Its food is diverse and traditional in equal measure, and comes at unbeatable prices. Leeks in vinaigrette, eggs mayonnaise, vegetable soup or delicious snails for starters; meat, fish, or hearty stew for main. The menu is vast, with each tasty, authentic dish priced at around €10. The Bouillon Chartier has remained true to its image by offering high-quality food at affordable prices, and still attracts plenty of Parisians and tourists alike.

Step inside the legendary dining area, a listed historic monument. Settle in at your table and watch the relentless ballet of peerlessly efficient waiters in their black waistcoats and white aprons… And then give your tastebuds a treat!

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Access and contact

7, rue du Faubourg Montmartre
75009 Paris 9ème

    Days and opening hours

    All year round, daily between 11.30 am and 12 am.



    • Baby chair
    • Toilets


    Spoken languages

    • English
    • French

    Documentation languages (home)

    • English
    • French
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