Rosie, the new and trendy brasserie in the Bastille area

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Published by Caroline J., Laura B. · Photos by Caroline J. · Published on 7 February 2020 at 12h02 · Updated on 7 February 2020 at 14h49
Enjoying Parisian brasseries? Brasserie Rosie has opened on January 9 in Paris 11th arrondissement, a stone’s throw from the Place de la Bastille. On the menu? Traditional brasserie dishes provided for a very reasonable price and paired with nice vintage and delicious cocktails.

On 53 rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine used to stand an Irish pub… Since January 9, 2020, is now standing brasserie Rosie all pink and blue.

Created by two former members of the Big Mamma group, Rosie is a brasserie providing traditional and 100% homemade dishes. As a starter, the deviled egg yolk is delightfully creamy, the leek with vinaigrette is crunchy and the pâté en croute is made on site and are to die for!

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Moving on to main courses, the sausage is served with a side of delicious and buttery mashed potatoes, steak (cooked or tartare) is served with homemade and very thin and crunchy fries. On Rosie menu, we also have macaroni with ham and truffle, some vegetarian shepherd's pie (with mushrooms, chestnuts and mashed potatoes), or a Pithiviers (flaky pastry, piegon fillet, foie gras, pig and salad) or the fish of the day.

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For sweet-toothed, enjoy an impressive 70% Valhrona chocolate cake, a hearty stuffed fritter, or a beautifiul Saint-Honoré, a mouthwatering lemon meringue pie, or the famous crème brûlée.

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This – rather simple – menu will change with the seasons. As a token of quality, it's made with the direct collaboration of 130 farmers directly and of course highlights terroir produces. The other asset? The price of the dishes, very affordable (starter and dessert from €4, main course from €12)

In the kitchen, we have chef Eloi Spinnler. Trained by Ducasse, he wants to bring a forgotten culinary heritage back to life by providing a sincere and super hearty cooking. To make it, the chef got surrounded by pork butcher Lilian Bard - trained at Maison Vérit providing high-quality cold cuts - and pastry chef Yohan David

Moving on to the décor, Brasserie Rosie called in the talented John Whelan. The place displays a timeless ambiance with “a classic and bold brasserie vibe”. Bench seats are everywhere at Rosie and the flooring is tiled in black and white.

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The décor is all about pink and blue hues – up to the restroom. It’s kitsch and we love it. Big surprise upstairs with dinning rooms to privatize and stewing in their own (new) juices.

Rosie also provides delicious cocktails such as the "Clarified Milk Punch" based on clarified milk flavored with rum, cognac, Absinthe, Cointreau, citrus fruits and green tea and spices. You can also discover the "Gin Tonic Le Normand" based on Gin, hibiscus tonic and dehydrated apple.

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And what if one of your first resolutions in 2020 was to go and try Brasserie Rosie?

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Practical information

Opening Time
Starts 20 January 2020

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    Location

    53 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine
    75011 Paris 11

    Access
    Bastille

    Prices
    Entrée et plat, à partir de: 4 €
    Plat, à partir de : 12 €

    Official website
    brasserierosie.com

    More informations
    Entrée : De 4 € à 11 €
    Plat : De 12 € à 22 €
    Desserts : De 4 € à 8,50 €

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