We went « à la carte », scallops and oeuf parfait were ideal to start with, followed by the lamb (agneau de sept heures), great finish with chocolate soufflé. A 2016 Chassagne Montrachet (red) accompanied well the meal.
Amazing meal. Everything was excellent.
Great environment upstairs: quieter, but all foreigners. Food well presented, original combinations (like cauliflower and coffee), but not comfort food.
A real gem; impeccable service, glorious food and an inviting, cozy atmosphere. Perfect in every way; cannot wait to return! Thank you for welcoming us with such warmth and discretion.
The food was delicious and the staff was very welcoming, friendly and attentive. A really must try for foodies and history lovers. The chef gave a twist to traditional dishes
Enchanting ! Stunning place, divine food, excellent welcoming and service. We spent an excellent evening at Auberge Nicolas Flamel and will definitely come back !
Small place with deep history and awesome atmosphere plus great service. It was so pleasant to be here for my anniversary! Thank you for good memories. Very recommend it!!
Great restaurant that delivers excellent food and customer service in the casual beautiful setting. Highly recommend.
Excellent!! Best dinner experience in our trip!
As a lowly American, I can only view this fantastic restaurant through the naive eyes of a non-Parisian. But truly, this place was an incredible eating experience. Thanks for the great service and wonderful food.
The head shorter waiter wasn’t pleasant and ignored us when we needed service. The burrata was the best dish we ordered, but the other food was decent.
The food is delicious, waiter and waitress very hospitable. It’s such a wonderful experience just to eat at Flamel’s house, but I would like it to be brighter inside at night. The light is a bit too dim.
We spend a lovely evening. Everything was delicious und the service was friendly. Thank you :)
Très bon repas
Gracious service for my little gathering which included my eight year old great niece. Delicious food artfully plated, full portions, beginning us with a n individual tasting tray of three delicate dishes.. My great niece was included in this treat too. Harry Potter meal for the youngest three course menu for. The adults. Candlelight, beamed ceilings, table setting on pure white linen. Magical from start to finish. I highly recommend. Though the chef kindly recognizes the Harry Potter interest, the food is five star Michelin star quality at value prices served with style.
This is a not to be missed dining experience. Food was excellent from the lobster ravioli to the lamb and the desserts. Wine suggested by server was excellent.
Exactly what we were looking for on our last night in Paris. Outstanding food, service, ambience. We had the full 5 course menu with wine pairings and enjoyed every bit. We’ll. Be back again the next time we’re in Paris. Equivalent to our best experiences in San Francisco.
Excellent food, beautifully presented, in an inviting atmosphere
Very nice reception,the staff was very professional and friendly, sevice was excellent, we have 3 courses and everything was excellent,thank you for wonderful lunch at Paris
Situated in a quiet side street in the middle of Le Marais, the Auberge claims to be the oldest inn in Paris since 1407. It was built and lived in by famed alchemist, Nicolas Flamel, where he lived with his family. The restaurant retains many of the original medieval features - exposed beams, wooden framed mullioned windows, and creaky staircases. It’s mentioned by the Michelin guide and the food was excellent value for money. We opted for the €42, 3 course meal. The service was prompt (not always the case in Paris), friendly and pleasant. While it may not be quite Michelin starred quality, the cuisine was excellent nonetheless. Overall it is an exceptional experience. Highly recommended.
Brunch on Sundays: 10am-3pm
51, rue de Montmorency, 75003, Paris, France
"INTIMATE AND ROMANTIC - This is a historical monument! Dressed stone, beams, everything is vintage, to be precise, from the beginning of the 15th century. This inn, built by a philanthropist alchemist was formerly a restaurant for poor people... Today, the place remains emotionally charged, vibrant with an authentic spirit. And the cuisine has gone up a notch.
THE ALCHEMY OF FLAVORS - the sophistication of the cuisine of Auberge Nicolas Flamel is particularly appreciated through the "
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