The Cours Saint-Émilion and its surrounding streets have great spaces for relaxation which combine leisure with gastronomy. Follow our team’s top tips for eating out in Bercy and you’ll discover all-new gourmet horizons.
On La Terrasse Bercy
If you’re eating out in Bercy, go to the Café Cartouche. This little bistro has traditional dishes like pan-fried girolle mushrooms, tartare and bruschetta with a poached egg, as well as more intricate meals such as Provençal chicken en parmentier.
An East Asian touch
When the weather’s fine, this brasserie has a lovely terrace which isn’t too far from your hotel. Seafood platters (shrimp, clams, cockles, oysters and crab), Guérande salt-marinated salmon and lamb noisettes in basil take diners back to times when flavours were simple and authentic.
Le Kinoko Sushi takes diners on a voyage to the Land of the Rising Sun. It uses very fresh produce with flavours which have a real kick. Try some classics of Japanese cuisine: raw fish, brochettes, miso soup, cabbage salad, sushi, sashimi and seaweed-free maki.
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