Paris 16th arrondissement welcomes a new brasserie answering to the sweet name of Jacques. At the helm, Benjamin Konrad already renown for his Eat The Road food trucks wishing to give French bistronomy pride of place. He wanted to call his restaurant that way as a tribute to his grand-father who managed the famous Maison Cordier and supplied the Elysée Palace - hence the picture proudly hanging above the bar.
In a chic setting designed by architect Caroline Lejeune, Jacques indeed provides a delicious menu highlighting French bistro classics but not only...
Each and every dish is made with quality produces, organic fruits and vegetables and Limousin meat cured for 5 months and coming from the Boucherie du Parc in Neuilly.
On the menu then, eggs and Comté cheese, bacon or truffle, homemade salads, seasonal soups served with toasts, vegetarian curries, as well as burgers for the fans – including not less than 5 burger recipes based on Limousin meat grounded to order and served with French fries or sweet potatoes.
Go for the "French Venice" with its multi-cereal bread and 18-months aged Comté cheese or the "Westwood Cheddar Bacon" and its poppy seed bread and English cheddar.
They are available for lunch along with a drink and a homemade chocolate or coffee sorbet for €15.5.
Every week are served French bistronomy classics including a chicken wok or a beef wok on Mondays and Wednesdays, pot-au-feu on Tuesdays, beef bourguignon on Thursdays, sea scallops and leeks on Fridays and candied lamb’s shoulder on Saturdays.
As for drinks, let’s enjoy wine (3 rosés, 3 reds and 3 whites), champagne, organic coffee, homemade craft beer (the Bière Jacques) or a cocktail prepared by Australian mixologist Edward. You can enjoy them until 2 in the morning!
To this, add a Sunday’s brunch for €25, concerts on Friday and Saturday nights and the lovely and sunny terrace, and you’ll get a spot to try very soon!
Jacques opens from breakfast time at 8:30 a.m. to last cocktail time at 2 a.m.
We really enjoyed this intimate and friendly address. The food is good and rather cheap and you can come by at any time of the day.
This is what Paris 16th arrondissement was lacking. Thank you to Benjamin for this rich idea and his very friendly welcome!
129 Avenue Victor Hugo
75116 Paris 16
Le burger: 14-18 €
Formule déjeuner: 15,50 €
Le semainier: 18-22 €
Brunch: 25 €
Ouvert tous les jours 8h30 à 00h. Bar à cocktails jusque 2h. Brunch le dimanche de 10h à 17h.