Maison des Tanneurs
Criss-crossed by narrow lanes, canals and locks, Petite France is where artisans plied their trades in the Middle Ages. The...
The name is an attention-grabber, but you won't find sexy lingerie here, just Italian coffee worth raving about – served with an...
An enticing place to snuggle on chilly days, this beamed parlour is low-key rustic in look, with polished wood and banquette seating....
42 rue du Bain aux Plantes · interesting places nearby
Maison des Tanneurs information
Even locals book ahead at this former tannery, bedecked with billowing geraniums and creaking under the weight of its 16th-century beams. Choucroute (sauerkraut) with fat pork knuckles and garlicky Alsatian-style escargot are matched with top-notch pinots and rieslings. Snag a window table for fine views of Petite France’s canals.