This typically Parisian recipe dating from the turn of the century is back! After years shelved, the croque monsieur has become popular across the Atlantic, and needless to say, has returned to the capital. Basically prepared with ham and Emmental, the croque-monsieur is now served with a variety of tasty fillings and sauces. Are you ready to salivate?
La maison du Croque Monsieur
After its success in New York, the Maison du Croque Monsieur has settled in Paris. On the menu: a selection of 16 croque monsieurs prepared by Chef Emma, a graduate from the Ecole Ferrandi. Everything here is homemade, excellent Poujauran bread, Odeon cheese, and salads for a healthier lunch. La Maison du Croque Monsieur suggests satisfying formulas for 9.50 euros, with a croque-monsieur, a salad and a drink, or 11.50 euros, if you are tempted by their homemade desserts. . They also do breakfasts for 3 or 7 euros and if you’re hungry after work they have Happy Hour croque monsieurs served with a beer for 7 euros.
37 boulevard du Montparnasse, 75006
Station n° 15001, 8 RUE DE L'ARRIVEE
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