This is a unique brasserie, a hundred years old, in the heart of Paris.
Named Mollard after its founders, it has splendidly worked its way through the last century and its goes on today, with the quality and the 1900-style décor that made it rightly famous. The Brasserie Mollard is now a protected historical building, designed by E. Niermans, architect of the Hôtel Negresco in Nice, the Hôtel de Paris in Monte Carlo and the Moulin Rouge...
The building is beautiful, so is the décor, offering numerous alcoves for dinners à deux or for a business meal. And you can also try the private dining rooms of the Jardins de l’Isly for bigger receptions.
The space is very colourful, the eye cannot stop moving to look at walls, ceilings, floors, and of course also look at the mixed crowd of this historical place. All of Paris is at Mollard’s, at any time and often late at night, to enjoy sea food or onion soup, home made of course. We owe all this to Joël Prod’homme who has been here a while without losing his talent, and who composes a French traditional cuisine of quality. Uniformed waiters and silver plateaux are everywhere at Mollard’s, this always surprising establishment offering a thousand pleasures and so many different aspects.
The ideal gourmet menu is an invitation to enjoy tradition and flavours we thought lost, with cool or warmer wines accompanying this meal of Kings.
Try Mollard, for your eyes and for your palate, you will most certainly come back!