8 rue de Vaugirard 75006 Paris
The restaurant La Ferrandaise
Until midnight on Friday and Saturday
Open from Monday evening
until Saturday evening (except Saturday lunch)
Bookings on +33 1 43 26 36 36
greats you from Monday evening until Saturday evening (except saturday lunch) in a cosy and traditional environment, to share with you a gastronomic cuisine from the French terroir. The young chef
coming from the Parisian gastronomy uses organic products from locals producers.
In the heart of Paris, between the Luxembourg garden, the latin quarter and Saint Germain des prés, the restaurant La Ferrandaise is situated at the top of Vaugirard street, two step from the Odéon, from the senate, from The Panthéon and from the boulevard Saint Michel.
It's gastronomical specialities, worthies of the best ou retaurants of Paris, will introduce you to local products from Auvergne, like the milk cakf, the beef or some cheeses. You will be re-introduce to some traditional brasserie dishes like the blanquette of veal, the beef bourguignon, the pot au feu, the T-bone of beef even some of the best fishes of our seas and rivers.
Each menu is accommodated with seasonal and organic vegetables and a wine list of small and large winegrower from the French vineyard. All our products, including the wines, are selected for their quality, their freshness, we favour as much as possible the organics products.
You will appreciate the romantic surroundings of the cosy lounge
, the design interior of the bistro room
or historical aspect of the vault cellar
of La Ferrandaise welcomes you in a friendly restaurant, and adapts its menus and its surroundings for your events, up to 50 guests.
The restaurant La Ferrandaise was elected in Michelin guide 2012
, thanks to the guide and our customer.
The restaurant La Ferrandaise was elected Best Bistro of Paris
by the guide Lebey in 2006.
Le ferrandaise offers to organise, for around 200 guests, a dinner around a Ferrandais beef or half a Ferrandais beef spit roasted
See you soon in our restaurant bistro to share our gastronomical French food.