Le Saint-Regis is located on the Île Saint Louis, which is like a village in Paris, a bubble of calm in the heart of the urban frenzy.
Chic and retro style
Enthroned at the corner of two streets on the island of Saint Louis, le Saint Régis restaurant is a popular stopover for a drink or a pleasant gourmet break, with the added bonus of a panoramic view of the Saint Louis bridge, the Ile de la Cité and the banks of the Left Bank. Quite in the style of the chic old brasseries of the 20th century, the Saint Régis is already standing out with its timeless dark green front, framed by large black panels where the name of the house is displayed in gold letters. The interior decor is in unison with its retro facade, with mercury mirrors, its large patinated leather benches, its old-fashioned neon lighting and its small retro vintage lamps hung on the backs of the benches.
A gourmet stopover
But the house is also a good gourmet stopover, where even the traditional hamburger gains its letters of nobility. The offer is wide, and as if that were not enough, attractive daily specials are noted in chalk on the large bay windows that surround the house. At the Saint-Regis, you can eat a wide variety of dishes and specialties of the house at any time: – Dishes to share (charcuterie from Maison Mas, sardines from Spain, verrine of foie gras, etc.) – Croques-Monsieur & Madame and Club Sandwiches – Meal salads (the famous “Caesar” and the “hot goat cheese”) – Pasta and risotto (spaghetti Bolognese, “Black Tiger” shrimp risotto…) https://27cashadvance.com/ – The best burgers on the Island (bacon-cheese/Madame’s bacon/salmon/chicken… in English in the text) – Hearty and “homegrown” dishes such as chicken paillard marinated in lemon, sea bass fillet with green beans and duck confit with salardaise potatoes.