Brasserie Lipp is one of the oldest Parisian brasseries. With 137 years of business, Lipp is a four-lettered institution in the heart of Saint Germain. Even without knowing its famous clientele, you can feel the history with all four senses when you walk through the doors.
A classic brasserie aesthetic with antique mosaics, wall to wall mirrors, and leather benches. Tables snake the walls, each with pressed white linen tablecloths, pristine cutlery and fine glassware.
Dishes range from classic pied de porc (pigs trotters), to the meaty entrecôte, andouillette or confit de cuisse de canard (duck thigh confit), everything you'll find is hearty and made from top quality produce. Sauced, creamy, indulgent - it's everything you crave from French food. Mashed potato purée, spinach, beans, gratin: are trimmings which complete the picture.