Bouillon Racine restaurant : over 100 years of history in the heart of Paris
Welcome to Bouillon Racine, famous “bouillon” (ancestor of Parisian brasseries) created in 1906 in a stunning Art Nouveau décor in between Quartier Latin, Odeon and Saint Michel.
Now listed as an historical monument, Bouillon Racine offers an immersion in the Paris of the 1900s in a beautiful setting made of carved wood, ceramics, mirrors and glass paintings.
Where food is concerned, the chef Alexandre Belthoise has selected a subtle blend of modern day and more traditional dishes.
From 3pm to 7pm, Bouillon Racine is also a tearoom and offers Happy Hour from 5pm to 7pm.
Bouillon Racine welcomes groups from 10 to 150 people.