Pain, Vin, Fromages – the name says it all.

Pain, Vin, Fromage restaurant in Paris at NightHow long will you be in France? A day, week, or month? Will you have enough time to experience the best aspects of French cuisine? Maybe, if you visit Pain, Vin, Fromages, a small restaurant in the Marais district of Paris. The name says it all, you’ll find great bread and a wide assortment of French cheeses and wines.

I haven’t had the opportunity to eat here yet, but I’ve walked by and it looked very good. Of course, I’m a bit jaded. I have two major vices: bread and cheese. So this restaurant hit a soft spot.

The menu

Their menu is simple and well thought out. The items, not surprisingly, fall into three categories: bread, wine, and cheese. Each item, from the bread sticks to the 50 varieties of cheese, is carefully chosen and paired with wine by Vincent Durand, the resident oenologist.

Vegans are not going to find a lot of choices at this restaurant. But lacto vegetarians should love the extensive cheese selections, tartines, and most importantly the fondues.

Pain, Vin, Fromages is conveniently located near the Centre Pompidou in the Marais. It’s only open for dinner.

Pain, vin, fromages restaurant
3, Rue Geoffroy-l’Angevin, 75004 Paris (4°)
01 42 74 07 52
Open everyday from 7 p.m. to 11.30 p.m.
Metro: Rambuteau
Wine bar

1 Responses to “Pain, Vin, Fromages – the name says it all.”


  • Thanks for your vegetarian tips. I’ve put quite a few of them into my memo for our Paris trip — going to Paris tomorrow. Last time in Paris we weren’t vegetarian, so it’s great to have your recommendations. Thanks!

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