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Located just steps from the Notre Dame Cathedral, Atelier Maître Albert focuses celebrity chef Guy Savoy's culinary prowess on a rotisserie concept. The interior is welcoming yet elegant with stone walls and a huge fireplace. For most visitors, the roasted chicken is a must-try. Select from their well-curated (albeit pricey) wine menu for an elevated dining experience.
A Parisian trip is incomplete without a steakhouse dining experience. Robert et Louise is one of the best places to savor this classic. The choicest meat is grilled over an open wood fire thus rendering a signature smokiness and unrivaled flavor. Guests can enjoy a prix fixe menu at lunch, and are spoiled for choice at dinner. Start off with Boudin Noir or blood sausage, Filets de Hareng and scargot platters, and then to mains Duck Leg Confit, Lamb Shank or Tiger Prawns. Head downstairs to their intimate basement and dine by the warmth of their fireplace. For dessert, enjoy their traditional crème brûlée.
This is known for its one special feature: Steak-Frites, also known as steak and fries. The restaurant serves beef in any form you like. The ambiance is inviting and the atmosphere is laid back. You'll generally find the neighborhood folks crowding this joint, especially during the weekends. Get there early to claim a table, then settle in with your wine or the house Beaujolais while you wait for your order to arrive. A succulent steak dripping with the restaurant's special sauces together with crispy fries is the signature dish at this menuless bistro.
This authentic French restaurant, established in the 1930s, is a favorite among meat-lovers. Originally a steakhouse and located in a former slaughter district, this place's menu boasts of nothing less than 16 house specialties and serves high quality Beef Filet, Sirloin and Prime Rib. Au Bœuf Couronné also offers special menus for guests who would like to organize their business events here. Visit this restaurant for a meat fest!
Paul Gineste de Saurs opened the Porte Maillot establishment back in 1959 as a trading space for the wines produced at his family winery in Toulouse. Having restored the Venetian charm that dominated the place, complete with paintings and artifacts, the only item on offer was his take on the eternal local favorite, Steak Frites. Five decades on, the philosophy remains unchanged as his daughter Hélène Godillot carries the culinary legacy forward. Minus a menu and reservations, let the staff know how you like your steak, and enjoy the signature salad and fine wine while the delectable main course arrives, served with a secret condiment concoction and hand-cut fries. A piece of meat is thoughtfully held back so as to be enjoyed later. End your meal with classic a French confectionery like cheese, profiteroles or meringue. Le Relais de Venise L’Entrecôte has etched its mark on dining scenes in London and New York too.
Expect nothing short of high-class gourmet French cuisine at Le Ballon des Ternes. This elegant restaurant serves delectable steaks and seafood prepared in the authentic French flair. Gorge on their signature dishes of fois gras, Caesar salad, Sole meunière and the succulent black Angus. Finish your meal with a sweet Crème brûlée or caramel dish. Nestled in Paris' 17th Arrondissement, this restaurant is a short walk from the entertainment venue, Palais des Congrès de Paris. Enjoy a delicious meal here before or after a show.