• “Traditional” French onion soup

  • The famous Pig’s trotter Grilled with Béarnaise sauce and French fries

  • Crepes flambéed in Grand-Marnier

Since 1947, Au Pied de Cochon situated in Les Halles area, has practically never closed its doors. In the capital’s beating heart, open 24/24 and 7/7, this Parisian institution is a familiar haunt for all night birds.

A landmark for rugby enthusiasts, but also for numerous Parisians in search of a friendly atmosphere, this traditional restaurant provides a focal point for numerous gourmands.

Au Pied de Cochon is also highly appreciated for its setting, typical of leading Parisian brasseries and its huge terrace overlooking a pedestrian street with a view of the Saint-Eustache Church.

Just mentioning the cuisine of this popular brasserie in Les Halles is enough to make your mouth water!

At kitchen controls, Joël Veyssière, a chef with the stature of a rugby player, is past master when it comes to pork preparations as well as the Normand breed steaks and other typical brasserie dishes.

DIn this open ‘til late Parisian restaurant, everyone can satisfy their yearning for seafood and shellfish, for onion soup au gratin and simple, popular "plats canailles" based on organ meats, whatever the time… even at daybreak, after the Scopitone Paris or the Chacha Club, for example.

Easy to access by metro (Châtelet les Halles) or RER, Le Pied de Cochon is in the very heart of Paris.

2-hours’ free parking in the the Saint-Eustache car park helps you enjoy your meal hastle-free.

Situated opposite the Saint-Eustache Church and near the bustling Rue de Rivoli, the restaurant opens on Sundays and has everything you would expect from a location in a lively, popular district.

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