This brasserie was opened in 1910 and was straight away the meeting point of artists like Picasso, Chagall, Fernand Léger, Braque and the poet Guillaume Appolinaire. Later on, Soutine learned french there and Gerschwin worked on his “Un Americain à Paris”. This is for the mind. The belly is well treated with great beef from Salers and off course, a wide choice of sea fruits.
The tables are tiny and the prices a bit high, but this is Paris :-)
Brasserie la Rotonde
99, Boulevard du Montparnasse
Tél : 01 43 26 68 84
Métro : Vavin
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