Mon Vieil Ami
The Île de la Cité and Île St-Louis are connected by the postcard-perfect Pont St-Louis.
Mémorial des Martyrs de la Déportation
The Memorial to the Victims of the Deportation, erected in 1962, remembers the 200,000 French residents (including 76,000 Jews, of whom...
Église St-Louis en l'Île
The French baroque Église St-Louis en l’Île was built between 1664 and 1726. Classical music concerts take place some Sundays (tickets...
Le Flore en l’Île
A tourist crowd piles into this green-and-gold awning-shaded, old-world people-watching spot with prime views of the buskers on Pont...
Café Saint Régis
Waiters in long white aprons, a white ceramic-tiled interior, and retro vintage decor make hip Le Saint Régis (as regulars call it) a...
69 rue St-Louis en l’Île, 4e · interesting places nearby
Mon Vieil Ami information
Alsatian chef Antoine Westermann is the creative talent behind this sleek black neobistro where guests are treated like old friends (hence the name) and vegetables get star billing. From Wednesday to Sunday only, the good-value lunchtime plat du jour (dish of the day), such as wintertime kale with smoked bacon and roast chicken, is a perfect reflection of the season.