Sleek interiors and chic diners make Le 114 Fauboug the go-to brasserie for the urban elite. Positioned over two levels on the ground floor of Parisian landmark, Le Bristol hotel, the restaurant offers a warm and sensual atmosphere parred down with casual seating booths and informal service. Discreetly offering the theatre of an open kitchen on the lower level, Executive Chef and taste perfectionist, Eric Desbordes is at the helm of this 93-seat culinary experience under the instruction of Michelin star mentor Eric Frechon. Patrons can enjoy generous portions of roasted Monkfish, smoked bacon and a red wine jus before finishing with a typically French and equally delicious Raspberry and salted caramel Mille-Feuille. From flirty first dates to relaxing straight-from-work catch ups, Le 114 Fauboug is a delectable take on the modern Parisian brasserie, bridging the gap between the bar and Le Bristols Michelin star restaurant, Epicure.
114 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 PARIS 08, France
+33 1 53 43 44 44
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