Au Rocher de Cancale
Tour Jean sans Peur
This 29m-high Gothic tower was built during the Hundred Years' War by the Duke of Bourgogne so that he could take refuge from his...
Experimental Cocktail Club
Called ECC by trendies, this fabulous speakeasy with a black curtain for a façade and old-beamed ceiling is effortlessly hip. Oozing...
This bakery was opened in 1730 by the Polish pastry chef of queen consort Marie Leczinska (wife of Louis XV). Specialities include its...
78 rue Montorgueil, 2e · interesting places nearby
Au Rocher de Cancale information
This 19th-century timber-lined restaurant (first opened in 1804 at No 59) is the last remaining legacy of the old oyster market. You can feast on oysters and seafood from Cancale (in Brittany) as well as other plats du jour .