Le Pharamond

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Dining

Since its opening in 1832, Le Pharamond has been popular for its regional French cuisine: Home-Made Foie-Gras, Grilled Vire Andouille (Specialty Sausage). Let's not forget the house specialty, the Tripes à la Mode de Caen. Both locals and tourists adore this place, as it reminds them of Normandy. It has been a meeting-place for many intellectuals and politicians like Clemenceau, Fitzgerald, Hemingway, the Général de Gaulle, François Mitterrand, Moshe Dayan, Yul Brynner, Lino Ventura, and Coluche. The décor is rich and beautiful with mirrors and mosaïques, and this will get you in the mood for some fun and romance. Pharamond also has small VIP rooms for people who wish to spend some quality time.

Location:  24 rue de la Grande-Truanderie

Business hours:  Tu-Sa 12:00 p.m.-2:15 p.m., Tu-Sa 7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m.