Photos La Fermette Marbeuf

In 1898, it was a simple hotel dining-room. Mr Hurté, a talented young architect, and Wielhorski, the painter, produced an authentic Art Nouveau décor.
Neglected and forgotten, it was re-discovered by chance during the work carried out in 1978. The Fermette Marbeuf 1900, a mere stone's throw from the Champs-Elysées, is unique and should be added to your list of historic monuments to be admired. The greatest classics are all on offer, such as the ""7-hour"" lamb fondant, veal chop with morels or an émincé of beef fillet with paprika.


La Fermette Marbeuf

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Every day: 7:00 pm, 9:00 pm


5 Rue Marbeuf
75008 Paris
Parking lot
Alma-George V, 19 Avenue George V - 75008 Paris
Francois 1er, 17 Rue François 1er - 75008 Paris
Public transportation
32Pierre Charron - Francois 1Er
3292Marceau - Pierre 1Er De Serbie - Place De Beyrouth

Customer Reviews

Rating : 4.79/5 - 14 reviews

Arranged private transfer through https://www.cometoparis.com/. They were very helpful clarifying questions about where the driver would be etc.
Both transfers were in clean quality (Merc) vehicles the "inbound" driver was very friendly and helpful. The retur
n trip driver was courteous but spoke very little. Both helped with our cases. The service is more expensive than getting a taxi but you have the assurance that they know who you are, where you are going so there is one less thing to worry about.

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Perfecta organizacion. Puntualidad Suiza. Vehiculo en optimas condiciones

The driver was very friendly and helpful. We will use your services for another trip.


Perfect dinner.....we will be back

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