Yet the food here is of Michelin standards and based upon the
Corsican cuisine with innovations, this superb little bistro in the 9th Arrondissement of
Paris has become ever so popular over the years and reservations have become a must.
She was among one of the first chefs in Paris to
create the concept of 'New Bistro' with a menu that consisted of original generously
served dishes that were based on fresh quality produce but with ingenuity.
Casa Olympe features the famous roast shoulder of lamb for two by Dominique Versini, her
ravioli of langoustines, which is basically lobster-like small shellfish, her large pot of
wild cèpe mushrooms, her scallops and many other dishes that are all inspired by the
Mediterranean cooking, especially the cuisine of Corsica.
Other items you may see on the menu from time to time are a potato salad laced with this
truffles, squash soup with chestnut and foie gras, grilled aubergine with a tomato sauce
and melted Corsican cheese, beef cheeks in a chive vinaigrette, smoky eggplant, etc.
Casa Olympe is that quaint and typical bistro
style restaurant with its red walls and oil paintings, plus close tables that makes
for a friendly cosy atmosphere, and a place where you will never forget, and you will even
see other chefs dining!
Restaurant Guide Key Points
The Casa Olympe is open on a Monday to Friday from noon until 2pm and then from 7pm
through to 11pm.
It is close from around 22nd December through to 2nd January, then for two weeks at the
start of May and then for another three weeks from the start August.
For lunch you can have a first course and main course of your choice for 31 and you
can add a dessert of your choice for 9.
The A la Carte menu is a three course meal starting from at least 40 but does not
The nearest Metro stations are either the Saint-Georges or the Notre-Dame-de-Lorette.
There is no particular dress code for this restaurant
in Paris, although we would suggest smart casual.
Address & Contact Details:
48 Rue Saint-Georges
Ile de France
Telephone: 1 42 85 26 01