Le Caillebotte

Le Caillebotte

Impressionist painter Gustave Caillebotte (1848-1894) would no doubt have been delighted to be associated with this new-generation bistro, named in his honour, which venerates all things beautiful.

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At the centre of the room lies a workshop-style window, through which guests can admire the spectacle of the kitchens: Gustave Caillebotte could have set up his easel there, but another artist is in residence now: Franck Baranger,a young Parisian chef who became the darling of the foodie set after opening his first restaurant, Le Pantruche, in Paris’s 9th arrondissement in 2011.

Here, once again, his colourful, alluring, carefully assembled plates are the very epitome of contemporary cuisine, with a clear emphasis on choosing the right ingredients and on understated yet undeniable technical prowess. Plancha-grilled duck foie gras, petits choux with haddock; veal shoulder confit, steamed celeriac, raw celery with hazelnuts; chocolate mousse, praline and black-olive crunch…

It’s difficult to imagine a more perfect blend of generosity, subtlety, tradition and inventiveness! The décor, too, embodies the spirit of the modern age, with its soft tones, designer ceiling lamps and subdued lighting, all in an oh-so-trendy neighbourhood at the heart of the bustling 9th arrondissement.

Le Caillebotte is an iconic bistro of Paris.

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8 rue Hippolyte Lebas
75009 Paris 9ème

    Days and opening hours

    Every day throughout the year between 12.30 pm and 9.30 pm. Closed on Sunday. Closed from 2 pm to 7:30 pm.


    • Adult menu: from 43 € Menu of the day: 23 €.


    Spoken languages

    • French
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    8 rue Hippolyte Lebas
    75009 Paris 9ème

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