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Le Bal Café Otto

After having been the largest PMU in France, the Le Bal, cultural centre dedicated to documentary images, now hosts Le Bal Café Otto. Come and cultivate your mind and your palate with a menu with inspirations from home and abroad!

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Description

A stone's throw from the hustle and bustle of Avenue de Clichy, in a typically Parisian impasse, discover Le Bal Café Otto.

In a modern and refined decor, the selection of recipes takes you directly to the heart of the cosy homes of Eastern Europe! Its menu presents a variety of popular Austrian, Hungarian and Anglo-Saxon dishes to which chef Lisa Machian has given a glamorous touch. Her creative cuisine varies according to season and her desires! The spinach skate wing, spicy accras or green tea cookies and pavlova are some of the fine and delicious dishes that are offered to the greediest.

On weekends, at brunch time, the Frühstück becomes the star of the place! Composed of a soft-boiled egg, a ham chiffonade, cheese, rye raisin bread and a brioche to spread with orange jam or herb faisselle, this brunch is hearty, generous and tasty! The more traditional ones can choose a homemade bircher-muesli, a poached pear or bacon cream pancakes. Everyone will find what they are looking for!

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Community facilities

Access and contact

6 Impasse de la Défense
75018 Paris 18ème

    Days and opening hours

    Every day throughout the year. Closed Monday and Tuesday.

    Prices

    Tour

    Spoken languages

    • French
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    • Copyright images:
    • Matthieu Samadet
    • Guillaume Belveze