Looking for an original and traditional French cuisine? Head to the Champs-Elysées for a genuine and traditional Alsatian meal at the restaurant L’Alsace open since 1968. Here, the service lasts all day like in brasseries and we find the charm of new addresses thanks to Paris leading designer Laura Gonzalez’s talent.
According to Laura Gonzalez, the challenge was to modernize the bound while keeping the Alsatian spirit. The decorator took several months to redo the 2-story Parisian brasserie decor, but the outcome is worth it. Lights from the 30’s rub shoulders with red leather padded chairs for a moment untouched by time on the Champs-Elysées.
At L’Alsace, you can grab a bite at any time of the day: the restaurant is open non-stop 24/7 to welcome you all.
At breakfast, you can enjoy Maison d’Alsace menu for €10.90 with a hot drink, croissant, baguette and fruit juice or enjoy a gourmet breakfast (aka brunch) with hot drink, croissant, baguette, cottage cheese, fruit juice and scrambled eggs for €18.90.
And in terms of meal, L’Alsace offers the best of eastern cuisine with the onion soup, the Flammenkueche, the quiche, the Alsatian pork head pâté, grilled pig’s trotters, sauerkraut galore as well as sea food (one of the house’s specialty).
Who says Alsace says farm raw milk munster cheese, here, cheese comes from the Siffert-Frech dairy and is served with Gewurztraminer marc, traditional pretzel.
If you’ve still room left after your meal, you can taste the sweet treats such as the apple strudel, flambéed crepes or even let yourself be tempted by a Pierre Hermé or Eric Kayser cake!
At any time throughout the day, L’Alsace is full and it’s more than normal, the address is charming and delights us even after 50 years of being. Thank you L’Alsace!
L’Alsace, brasserie on the Champs-Elysées
Address: 39, Avenue des Champs-Elysées, 75008 Paris
Opening hours: non-stop, 24/7
39, avenue des Champs-Elysées
75008 Paris 8
Horaires : 24h/24, 7j/7