The Urinals of Bofinger

Bofinger is an Alsatian restaurant in Paris, France.

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"Founded in the 1860s, Bofinger is the oldest Alsatian brasserie in town and certainly one of the best. It's a belle-epoque dining palace, resplendent with shiny brass and stained glass. If you prefer, you can dine on an outdoor terrace, weather permitting.

"Affiliated today with La Coupole, Julien, and the Brasserie Flo, the restaurant has updated its menu, retaining only the most popular of its traditional dishes, such as sauerkraut and a well-prepared version of sole meuni´┐Żre. Recent additions have included such stylish platters as roasted leg of lamb with a fondant of artichoke hearts and a puree of parsley; grilled turbot served with a brandade of fennel; and fillet of stingray with chives and a burnt butter sauce. Shellfish, including an abundance of fresh oysters and lobster, is almost always available in season."