Less of a tourist hotspot than its Café Flore and Les Deux Magots neighbors, Brasserie Lipp is a favorite of the discreet crème of local and international Paris society. Founded in 1880 by the Alsation Leonard Lipp and renowned for its Cervelat sausage and remoulade sauce, Brasserie Lipp created in 1935 the literary prize Cazes. The service is excellent and familiar with most of its regular clients, including renowned personalities in intellectual circles. With a typically harsh Paris lighting, the atmosphere could not be described as cosy, but tradition remains at the heart of this classy establishment.
Near to: L’Eglise Saint-Germain, Café de Flore, Les Deux Magots, Yen restaurant