Co-hosted by the Gold Standard...
We continue in our quest of Breton restaurants that prove that Brittany is more than just crepes and cider! Chez Casimir is the casual bistro of the Thierry Breton empire on rue de Belzunce (along with the more formal Chez Michel and the wine bar Le Point du Groin, both located just next door), a quiet street not far from the hustle and bustle of Gare du Nord.
Chez Casimir offers hearty seasonal "terroir" cuisine - both fish and meat dishes - and la carte varies according to what's available that day at the marché. Friendly service and a very NON trendy & charming interior make this place a treat.
Count on about 35€ for EPD + a few euros more for "upgrades" on the menu + wine = so probably about 60€ total.
If you'd like to dine in Bretagne, without having to take the train...join us!
ps. Please only sign up to the waiting list if you are sure you can make it, and be sure to remove yourself if your plans change...there is always a last minute cancellation and if you're still on the waiting list we're assuming that you can fill in that spot! Thanks!
Nathalie & Andrew