Real brasserie cuisine
Ma Bourgogne is one the most famous wine bistro's of Paris. You just can’t miss it, especially when wandering along the arcades of the well known Place des Vosges. There is a special ambiance and a mix between country flavoured cooking and more adventurous dishes, attracts both tourists and the old regular customers of Le Marais.
At Ma Bourgogne you can eat with relish all the various dishes from Auvergne: like stuffed cabbage, tripous (sheep’s feet stuffed and folded up in pieces of sheep’s stomach), and of course sausages and hams. All are made by local producers and directly coming from Aveyron. Ma Bourgogne prides itself mostly over its renowned Tartar of beef.
Wines served at Ma Bourgogne come from small producers and have been selected by Aimé Cougoureux, the boss who has run the brasserie for over 35 years with his wife Thérèse.