Le Parisien

August 1, 2012.

Details

751 Denman Street, Vancouver, BC V6G 2L6
Telephone: 604-687-1418
Web: www.leparisien.ca | Twitter | Facebook
Open Tuesday through Sunday, closed Monday
Lunch: 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Friday
Dinner: 5:30 to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday
Brunch: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday

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The People

Owner: John Blakeley
Chef: Tobias Grignon
Manager: Geraldine Daugy

About Le Parisien

Le Parisien is brought to you by Vancouver’s own French chevalier, John Blakeley, who also owns Kitsilano’s Bistro Pastis. Le Parisien brings the flavours of Paris’ Left Bank to Vancouver’s West End.

Executive Chef Tobias Grignon has mined France’s classic bistro repertoire to bring the best of the best to Le Parisien’s menus – roasted bone marrow, roast chicken for two, cassoulet, boudin noir, croque monsieur, moules et frites, côte de boeuf , oysters, omelettes and tartare three ways – all this and much more will satisfy any appetite seeking the authentic taste of France. Le Parisien’s prices also reflect the French bistro ethos of good food at reasonable prices – you’ll find Le Parisien is kind to the budget and the pocketbook.

Whether enjoying a leisurely lunch, meeting for drinks after work, lingering over a divine dinner or catching up with friends over brunch, you’ll find yourself immediately transported to Paris’ Left Bank. With Le Parisien’s authentic fare and Gallic atmosphere, you’ll experience your own Midnight in Paris moments. Cue the Trénet soundtrack.

Accolades

“Le Parisien is like Bistro Pastis in jeans.” Mia Stainsby, The Vancouver Sun

“ (People) …will find plenty to cheer about on Tobias Grignon’s faithfully French, and wallet-friendly menu.” Tim Pawsey, Vancouver Courier

“… you don’t need to book a flight to experience a taste of the City of Light, not when Le Parisien is serving up authentic bistro cuisine in the West End.” Steven Schelling, PINQ “John Blakeley has been showing locals and visitors he knows what he’s doing when it comes to serving divine French cuisine.” Stephanie Yuen, Beyond Chopsticks, TaiYangBao (Chinese-language Vancouver Sun), author of East Meets West

“Le Parisien is down-to-earth, the kind of place where you can just pop in, just like they do in France, and enjoy a delicious meal that is soul satisfying and not too hard on your wallet.” George Froehlich, The Savvy Insider

“I’m looking at a new local favourite that is here to stay…Le Parisien is a benchmark for others to follow.” Mijune Pak, Follow Me Foodie

“Dine like a Parisien – authentic and exquisite French fare at Le Parisien.” Dianne Chow, Fabulously Frugal in Vancouver Digest

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