A masterly combined blend of the traditional charm of Parisian bistros and contemporary trends in the field of catering and gastronomy make Le Petit Paris (Serbian “Mali Pariz”) an inevitable place of numerous visitors of different cultures who, enchanted by a refined style, offer and service, are always happy to come again.
It started its catering activity far in 1927. From the very beginning, it was a stylish, exciting and well-known place where bohemians, intentional guests, random passers-by and hedonists enjoyed equally. An intimate atmosphere, a pleasant environment, selected, quality music and, above all, an exceptional gastronomic offer, are a symbol of this place. Both then and now, it rarely leaves anyone indifferent. The rich gastronomic offer with original, well-composed menu will satisfy even the most demanding guests, whether they want local, traditional dishes, or dishes of French, Italian and Balkan cuisine.
The special quality and attractiveness are fresh domestic foods and the way of their processing, creating a composition of sophisticated taste in which even the most demanding guests will enjoy. In addition, the offer of wines from renowned domestic and foreign wineries contributes to the perfect combination with the gastronomic offer, whose consumption will make every stay unforgettable.
In its rich history, Le Petit Paris has been and remains a prestigious restaurant in our capital, distinguishing itself and occupying the very top of favourite ones, not only in terms of atmosphere, good location and unique offer, but also for the guests who used to come and who come today. Among the numerous visitors, there were members of the diplomatic corps, Belgrade of that time and the today’s Belgrade, famous bohemians, distinguished guests from the world of culture and art, famous doctors and lawyers, politicians, random passers-by.
It was and remained the place where many generations gathered, where the spirit of the “other home” was especially cultivated and where the intimate, exciting, relaxed atmosphere prevails. Looking at today’s Belgrade, which inevitably succumbed to changes, losing one place after another, Le Petit Paris continued with its name and tradition to live the spirit of the old and the new, thus becoming one of the rare symbols of this city, a place of meeting and gathering, a place of fellowship and friendship, intimacy and love.
By unifying and nurturing all the values of past times and today, it deservedly meets all criteria and attracts all guests.
Come and see for yourself!