Parisian Onion Soup – La Jacobine

Ooey-gooey Comté, melt-in-your-mouth caramelized onions, perfect and comforting homemade beef broth.. if you’re in Paris looking for a delicious bowl of cheesy onion soup (soupe à l’oignon, en français), head over to La Jacobine in the covered walkway of rue Saint-André des Art.

My best friend and I discovered La Jacobine on our first trip to Paris together, years ago, and I’ve made a point to return every visit since.

Oh hello, lover.

Do yourself a favour and leave room for dessert. Everything I’ve ordered has been delicious, but this pistachio raspberry tart is definitely a favourite.

While you can’t make reservations online, you can save your table by phone call – or by stopping in a couple of days beforehand. Sure, you could always turn up with fingers crossed but, with a packed restaurant and others with the same idea, you might end up waiting for quite some time.

Which reminds me. Try to sit facing away from the windows if at all possible. Seeing people lick the glass out of the corner of your eye can be a tad distracting.

If you haven’t tried La Jacobine, run – don’t walk. You can thank me later.

2 thoughts on “Parisian Onion Soup – La Jacobine

  1. I’ve actually not heard of La Jacobine and have not gone while in Paris. I’m indifferent to soupe à l’oignon (i.e. it’s tasty, but I don’t crave it), but I’m up for a tarte aux framboises– they’re one of my favorite French desserts! ❤

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    1. It’s funny because I really dislike onions. And I’ve had french onion soup many times before first having it in France and didn’t understand the appeal. But I’m a changed woman. Lol

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