Le 6 Paul Bert Restaurant at Paris is considered to be a favorite bistro for everyone because of its great wine and food. The eatery has a décor that is considered urban farmhouse with bistro chairs, zinc walls and bars and mercury mirrors that reflect natural lighting from the floor to the ceiling windows. It also has filament bulb chandeliers that were crafted from vintage wine bottles and silverware.
Locals come to eat at the restaurant several time and they can never get bored because the menu changes every day. Their menu style is to ensure that every plate has various colors and textures that satiate both appetite and the eyes. The choice of natural wine are also off charts and incomparable.
They offer a variety of meals such as monkfish beignets, gnocchi dumplings, seared beef, smoked herring, smoked mackerel, grilled corn bread, Brussels sprouts and much more. There is also a grocery store at the entrance with fresh and tasty sandwiches, jams, cured hams, Bordier cheeses and butters, Bonita tuna and artisanal potato chips.
The average price for meals is €20-34 for lunch and €35-49 for dinner. However, for small plates the price ranges at €8-14. Because of its popularity, it is best for you to make reservations days in advance.