Au Plat d’Étain
In 1646 work started on the twin-towered Church of St Sulpicius, lined inside with 21 side chapels, and it took six architects 150 years...
Paris’ first microbrewery was opened by a French restaurateur and French brewer over two decades ago, and still brews four fabulous...
Le Mâchon d’Henri
Feisty French staples at this tiny, jam-packed bistro might include Lyonnais boudin noir aux pommes (black pudding with apples), Jura...
16 rue Guisarde, 6e · interesting places nearby
Au Plat d’Étain information
Tiny tin (étain) and lead soldiers, snipers, cavaliers, military drummers and musicians (great for chessboard pieces) cram this fascinating boutique. In business since 1775, the shop itself is practically a collectable.