In the kitchens at Chez Jenny, a renowned Alsatian restaurant, know-how has been handed down for 80 years. The chef of this brasserie in the République area perpetuates the tradition of good sauerkraut and other Alsatian recipes. To prepare the perfect sauerkraut, the cabbage is embellished with precious ingredients and macerated at length before being served just right, accompanied by succulent pork meats or seafood.
The Flammekueche, which also shares pride of place in this family restaurant, is savoured in a simple or more elaborated manner. Garnished with onions, bacon strips and cheese, it is delicious. Among other specialities, there is also fish cooked in Alsace style and meat from our best regions. And to top it off beautifully, what does this Paris 3rd district restaurant suggest? An apple and cinnamon strudel… of course.
At Chez Jenny, guests are welcomed in a 1930 setting unique in its genre. With its magnificent decor and authentic panelling, the work of Spindler, a renowned Alsatian artist, it conveys a friendly atmosphere in which families, couples, businessmen and regulars intermingle.
Its red wall seats typical of Paris brasseries charm more than a few visitors in search of an authentic setting. Chez Jenny is not just a sauerkraut restaurant – it is also a place where people can meet and share things.
Situated near hotels (Hôtel Murano, Hôtel Voltaire Paris and Grand Hôtel Amelot Paris) and many performance halls (Caveau de la République, Théâtre Saint-Antoine, Bataclan and Cirque d’Hiver), it is a special place for lovers of cultural outings.
Easy to access (Alhambra car park, République metro), Chez Jenny also offers its guests a valet parking services in the peak season. Chez Jenny: A friendly brasserie, adjacent to the 11th district and within easy reach of Rue Oberkampf bars.
Chez Jenny’s brasserie perpetuates Alsatian culture and its generous gastronomy. Its authentic decor and panelling by Spindler and superb floor mosaics have built up its renown as one of Paris’ finest Brasseries. The Chef gives sauerkraut pride of place in myriad forms.