Review on Le Vaudeville
Le Vaudeville another brasserie from the Flo group was originally the bar of the theatre of the same name but nowadays, this large restaurant is one of three remaining great Parisian brasseries decorated in the style "Années Folles" by the Solvet brothers. The art decor dining room has retained its walls covered with warm toned marble, a domed ceiling, engraved glass and gorgeous flamboyant lights, together with intricate ironwork. As Le Vaudeville is adjacent to the the stock exchange it is a popular destination for stockbrokers, bankers and journalists.
Jean-François Thorel is head chef and he has worked with the Flo group since 1975, initially at Julien and then at the Vaudeville. Seafood platters are very popular here or choose foie gras of goose and pear chutney or potted fresh and smoked salmon with toasted traditional Poîlane bread among the starters. For mains there's calf's head with thick vinaigrette dressing or grilled salt cod, mashed potatoes and truffle juice. Traditional desserts take in bourbon vanilla millefeuille or maybe a rum baba with Saint James dark rum and whipped cream might take your fancy. The atmosphere is lively and welcoming and there is an attractively priced wine list.
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French / Brasserie
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.30pm
Dinner: 6.30 - 11.30pm
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express