Paris Located in the 9th district, in the heart of the theater district and just minutes from great shopping and the Saint Lazare train station, the Albert restaurant is a nice discovery. People come to his French home cooking and its Art Deco setting that preserves the spirit of the Paris of the 30s.
At Albert restaurant, the menu is based on fresh, seasonal ingredients. Side wines, you will make wonderful discoveries from our regions and only independent wine, glass and twine as of old.
The restaurant bar dates from 1928 and was frequented at the time by Josephine and Chet Baker. And if you look, you will notice in a mirror at the back of the room, a bullet hole left by Sydney Bechett who shot one evening about a man with a pushy lady.