Located in the Les Halles area, known as the belly of Paris, the establishment was built in 1880, based on the glass and iron buildings built by Victor Baltard. Although L'Épi d'Or (the golden spike) has seen many owners through the centuries, the food and décor have remained true to the original vision at the restaurant’s inception. Full of traditional French cuisine, the menu includes dishes, such as pork stew cooked in wine sauce and d'agneau a la cueiller (leg of lamb slow-cooked in wine).
The restaurant is just five minutes from The Louvre, making this a convenient place to eat after a trip to the museum.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Full Bar
- Sunday - Closed
Cuisine Type:: Bistro