Located at the foot of Alexander III bridge, just steps from the Grand Palais and the Hotel Invalides, Faust welcomes every evening a growing customer base. This restaurant, located in a former boathouse at the water’s edge, offers contemporary cuisine inspired by traditional dishes. The products are simple and wrought, such as the catch of the day, or the side of Black Angus that regales even the greediest. In a typical Parisian brasserie style, the dishes are modern, sometimes surprising, and always tasty. In addition to delighting the taste buds, Faust seduces lovers of aesthetics with its early twentieth century decoration inspired by Gustave Eiffel’s work. A chic restaurant, private dining rooms are available through reservation. In nice weather, the crowds come to gather on the terrace. Cocktails and finger foods can be enjoyed in the sun and on the Seine. A beautiful hideaway in central Paris.