Martin, the latest traditional French brasserie in the 11th arrondissement

Published by Laura B. · Published on 2 August 2022 at 13h54
Nouvelle Garde’s latest creation, brasserie Martin in the 11th arrondissement serves – like Dubillot and Bellanger – homemade French bistro classics. Sausage and mashed potatoes, roasted chicken and tartare are to be enjoyed in this new restaurant with terrace facing the Square Gardette.

After the Bellanger and Dubillot brasseries, Nouvelle Garde group has opened a new place, the brasserie Martin, but in Paris 11th arrondissement, right across the square Maurice Gardette. A big restaurant up to 130 guests inside and 90 on the terrace.

And because you never change a winning team, like its siblings, brasserie Martin also serves 100% homemade traditional French cuisine. Between glass roof and mosaic, at Martin, enjoy classic starters such as deviled eggs or leeks and vinaigrette. Or perhaps are you more into pork and go for the ham with parsley or the truffled dry sausage.

Then comes the timeless brasserie classics, namely sausage and mashed potatoes, chicken roast and beef tartare.

For the sweet part, brasserie Martin bets on classics: Paris-Brest, mille-feuille and chocolate tartlet.

As for novelties, brasserie Martin also enjoys a selection of sandwiches and ice creams.

In the evening, the menu is bigger and includes pâté en croute, as well as more roast dishes such as roasted lamb’s piece and pork ribs, or even barbecued green beans.

At Martin, wine is mostly organic or nature, and draught. As for the list of cocktails, it includes some very original creations.

Practical information

Dates and Opening Time
Starts 2 August 2022



    24 Rue Saint-Ambroise
    75011 Paris 11

    Saint-Ambroise (ligne 9)
    Rue Saint-Maur (ligne 3)

    Menu midi: €20

    Official website

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