The Pharamond, iconic establishment of Les Halles since 1832 and classified historical monument, embraces the "Bouillon" spirit and becomes the Petit Bouillon Pharamond. The recipe - a bistro menu, an exceptional setting, small prices and a service from noon to midnight, 7 days a week, without reservation.
The mission of the establishment is to offer a great inexpensive meal. You will probably not spend more than 20 euros for a meal there! The egg mimosa mayonnaise are less than € 2, while the "Bavette d'Aloyaux", shallot sauce and fries is at 9,90 €. It will cost you barely 4 € to add 25cl of Bordeaux wine with your meal, and € 2.90 for a dessert such a chocolate mousse!
The Pharamond was created by Pierre Heutte, grandfather of Alexandre Pharamond, who moved to Paris to introduce Parisians to Norman cuisine and more precisely " Tripes à la mode de Caen".
The restaurant is similar to a Norman half-timbe…