Bistro De Paris / København

Vesterbrogade 19 København 1620
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 16:00 - 22:00

Bistro de Paris offers authentic French foods as a bistro and provide with a large selection of wines- French Chef and French atmosphere at reasonable price. Chef David is changing weekly the menus but classics like “charcuterie“ or “confit de canard“ for example are recurrents (more info about Chef David on the websit: We take extra care about our wine Cellar – all wines are French (served at the perfect temperature) and are selected by our sommelier Mathieu. We also provide upon demand take away and also take away of Wines acting as wine shop. Wine is one of our specialty and we sell it on the place (restaurant pricing) and take away (take away pricing)! See the Wine Card on the website : We have developed a concept around traditional Paris Bistros with authentic French Foods including a selection of very nice wines from Languedoc, Roussillon, Provence, Cote du Rhone, Bordeaux, Bourgogne, Loire, Champagne... We also serve breakfast and our Patisseries from 8 am in the morning with French specialities and organise events upon demand and live Jazz concerts nearly every Fridays (events are promoted on facebook for more info)

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Søren Thustrup en
Quintessential French bistro very close to the Town Hall Square. Recommended! GooglePlace - December 2017
Gary Brazel en
It is a little French place decorated by many interesting old French advertising posters including one for The Laughing Cow (La Vaca que Rie). There were also very many candles in bottles around the place as well as small candles on the tables. They give you one small (375ml) bottle of tap water for two- one glass each. If you want a second it costs kr. 20 ($3.18). Apparently charging for tap water here is not unusual which is surprising in a country that gets plenty of rain. In a place such as Saudi Arabia it wouldn’t be so astounding. We got two fixe price meals, one that comes with two glasses of wine (Kr. 300+45 to have the fish- the chicken doesn’t have a surcharge but the fish and meat options do) and the other (Kr. 200+45). Appetizers- cream of zucchini soup and egg mayonnaise which was a small salad with hard boiled eggs and the house mayonnaise. They were both good. The fish was salmon which tasted good except there were parts of it that were terribly salty. It was served over a nice mixture of vegetables with of course a sauce over them. With it were slices of potatoes that were ridiculously loaded with a creamy sauce all mixed into them. To me it was awful. The fish also came with a bit of couscous which was good. Desert had a choice of three cakes. I had the chocolate which was like a thick mousse cake- it was pretty good. Total cost: 590 kroners ($US94). GooglePlace - November 2017
Aira-Katariina Vehaskari en
An unlikely location, you'd think it should be tucked away on a side street. Charming, gentle, friendly place with authentic French bistro cuisine at an excellent price. The menu changes depending on what the chef decides to make fresh daily; everything except the cheese is made in house, from the stunning duck rillette to delicious lemon pies. Casual dining in Copenhagen at its finest. A wonderful find! GooglePlace - November 2017
Louise Nielsen en
A lovely French restaurant in the heart of Copenhagen. The comté is good! GooglePlace - October 2017
Bistro Paris en
This is probably the only real bistro in town like in Paris where chefs are French, and the foods is real French style a bit if you went to a Sushi place with real Japanese chefs. the good thing here is the price. This is an unpretentious place with super quality foods - they have the real atmosphere of a Bistro de Quartier in Paris... well done guys it is great - feel like in Paris GooglePlace - February 2017